These guidelines are intended for training groups with identified conflict factors (social levels, cultures, religions) and potential tensions. The guidelines give you the necessary background information on how to deal with such groups.

What is diversity? Which aspect of diversity is important in the current context?

What is radicalisation?

What type of teachers are needed today?

What needs related to the prevention of radicalisation have you identified in your own school context? What are generally the two main types of needs?

What is the main concrete objective of the strategies to prevent radicalisation?

At what levels of intervention do these strategies work?

What are the main objectives of the strategies for teachers and trainers?

What is the role of teachers in the current context?

How do the strategies address controversial issues within the school environment?

What is the first step a school has to take to counter radicalisation?

How should a school organise its entire radicalisation prevention activity? Why are multidisciplinary teams important?

How can schools help prevent pupils from becoming involved in extremism?

Should students have to deal with the dilemmas and controversy surrounding globalisation?

What should be done to raise students' awareness of human rights?

How can students develop their cultural awareness?

How can teachers help students with prejudices and false theories they see on the Internet?

Find answers in our guidelines!