Event: Suffolk: Tackling Online Radicalisation and Extremism Conference
Location: Trinity Park Conference and Events Centre, Trinity Park, Ipswich IP3 8UH
When: Tuesday 28th March 2023, 10:00 – 14:00
Booking: Prevent: Tackling Online Radicalisation and Extremism Conference (Suffolk) Tickets, Tue 28 Mar 2023 at 10:00 | Eventbrite (free)
About this event:
The internet has opened up many new opportunities in communication, entertainment and knowledge. But it’s also given extremists the means to target, connect and communicate with people vulnerable to radicalisation.
At this conference, we aim to:
- Increase your knowledge on online radicalisation and extremism: focusing on Mixed Unclear Ideologies and Far Right extremism
- Develop key media literacy skills and strategies, including how to combat disinformation, conspiracy theories and online gaming effectively;
- Provide you with guidance and practical skills to navigate the online world and safeguard young people from radicalisation and extremism
Attendees will benefit from an agenda of plenary presentations focused on relatable themes delivered by leading experts and media literacy practitioners. The programme will showcase many examples of best practices and ample opportunities for interactive discussion and networking amongst fellow professionals and peers.
Who is invited:
We are looking to invite members from the community who are frontline workers, including professionals, parents and carers, charities, the voluntary sector and including the following:
•Early Help Hubs/Teams
•Charity and 3rd sector
•Frontline Youth Workers
•Parents/ carers/ foster carers
About the organiser:
Shout Out UK (SOUK) is a multi-award-winning education platform and a creative social enterprise. We fuse education and tech with film production and animation to create world-class programmes on Media & Political Literacy and high-impact Democratic Engagement campaigns. We are on a mission to protect and amplify democracy by ensuring that political literacy education is as wide as possible and available to all citizens in and out of school, regardless of their socioeconomic background, ethnicity, or gender.