Our methodology is based on the importance of working closely with social workers and teachers at the local level. In this section you can find the pedagogical resources for social workers and teachers in charge of vulnerable and/or radicalised youngsters.
Here you can find the Toolkit we designed for teachers working with students aged 15-18. The Toolkit comprises 11 units – an introductory unit about automatic thinking and cognitive biases and 10 units focused on ten selected biases. Each unit offers a set of activities, with printable worksheets, based on real-life examples from advertising, (social) media, political and social spheres and content developed by extremists.
Toolkit for social workers: Our Toolkit for Social Workers has been developed for professionals who are working with underprivileged youngsters at risk of radicalisation. The toolkit provides a brief summary of the theoretical background of radicalisation and describes the main current streams of radicalist movements in Europe. The aim of the toolkit is to support social workers in the process of recognising youth who are on their way to radicalisation and to present ready to use activities supporting the prevention of radicalisation with a special focus on cognitive biases.