This toolkit is designed to be used with young people aged 11+ to stimulate discussion, thought and reflection around key themes such as identity, belonging, diversity and community.

Actively addressing these issues encourages young people to build meaningful relationships with their peers and develop a strong sense of their identity, therefore reducing the risk posed by extremist narratives. Activities require minimal resources to enable them to be used in a variety of settings such as centre based, detached, schools and one to one work.

Please note, it takes an exceptional level of honesty, integrity and moral judgment to help young people explore their own values and beliefs without imposing your own.

The activities in this toolkit have been themed into three sections, with the aim of being simple to plan and deliver. They all encouraged learning through doing dialogue and having fun together.

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