Extreme Dialogue is a series of interactive educational resources for teachers, youth workers and others working with young people, centred on compelling films telling the first-hand stories of former extremists and survivors of extremism from across Europe and Canada (http://extremedialogue.org/).

This pack contains a suggested list of activities from the Extreme Dialogue Resource. Two specific stories (Adam and Billy) have been identified as useful in helping to combat radicalisation and extremism through education in Scotland. These two stories have been broken down into two lessons each to meet a standard fifty-minute secondary school period.

Many schools in Scotland are Rights Respecting Schools (https://www.unicef.org.uk/rights-respecting-schools/) The following sessions are a useful way for pupils to further their understanding of the UN Convention of the Rights of the Child in an interactive and active way. However, sessions can also be delivered out with this programme.

It recommended that the following sessions should be delivered to pupils once per week over a four-week period to provide maximum impact and to allow for critical thinking and reflective practise.

A comprehensive description of each activity can be found in the free ‘Resource Pack’ which is available on the following link: http://extremedialogue.org/educational-resources/

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