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I'm interested in findingalternative narratives thatseek to dispel, discredit anddestroy the narrativesemployed by extremists.
She trains institutions and communities in resilience and in how to develop a robust safeguarding framework for tackling radicalisation, and advises key stakeholders on countering violent extremism, focusing on the education sector and gender. On the basis of her previous policy work on CVE, terrorism and faith, she strongly advocates engagement and dialogue on matters of faith and integration, and is keenly interested in alternative narratives that discredit or disrupt extremist narratives.
We must stress the basic values thatare common to all religions:compassion, solidarity and respectfor the human person.
Making young people more aware through education and critical thinking is the first defence against violent extremism. Education should prepare young people for life in the modern world; this means it should also equip young people to identify and ultimately reject online and offline extremist propaganda.
Education should equip young people with the skills they need to detect extremist propaganda, make informed decisions, and question the legitimacy of extremist content. Education: