TERRA TRAIN THE TRAINERS PROGRAM
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TERRA Train the trainers program for teachers, youth workers, police, prison staff, journalists, religious leaders and local and national authorities. This training is developed to support front line workers so that they can undertake prevention work in de-radicalisation, and support disengagement from terrorist and extremist groups. Online support for already trained trainers is available on the Quilliam website.
TERRA CURRICULUM FOR SCHOOLS
TERRA CURRICULUM FOR SCHOOLSENGLISH 1 MB
TERRA Curriculum for schools on prevention of radicalisation, with lesson plans and a curriculum of 7 workshops for high schools, including ‘Instructor Handbook for the Civic and Social Competences Curriculum for Adolescents’. The name of this curriculum is UCARE (Universal Curriculum against Radicalisation in Europe). It is a civic and social competences curriculum for adolescents. It provides educational tools to foster citizenship and social skills in high-school students, with the aim of preventing processes of radicalization. The curriculum is available in English, Dutch and Spanish through the website of University College Roosevelt, click for more information on the English Download.
TERRA EVIDENCE BASED POLICY ADVICE
TERRA Evidence based Policy Advice advises on strategy, structure, key partners and tactics, and describes an effective multi-layer approach to counter-extremism for European Governments. With 4 levels: level 1: National primary prevention, social cohesion and integration, level 2: National targeted prevention and early intervention, level 3: Local de-radicalisation, rehabilitation and reintegration, level 4: Grassroots intervention, de-radicalisation and rehabilitation.
A Review of Literature on Radicalisation;
and what it means for TERRA.
UPDATED LITERATURE REVIEW
UPDATED LITERATURE REVIEWENGLISH 1 MB
The updated literature review reviews the literature which has been published since our original review, and modifies the initial questions in order to capture the aspects most relevant to policy makers. Its focus is a practical one, seeking to highlight areas of policy which have an influence on radicalisation, and which policy makers at national level in European countries can usefully be aware of.