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January

Free Fake News, Conspiracy and Truth workshops

For Primary and Secondary School staff and other Professionals working with Children and Young People.

This two-hour online workshops are for teachers and other professionals supporting children and young people in schools or community settings. The workshop is hosted by the Kent and Medway Prevent team and delivered by Connect Futures.

The session addresses adults and professionals on the increasingly complex and sensitive topic, tackling perceptions around fake news, conspiracy theories, Incels and extremism, and how to support young people (and each other) to build resilience to fake news, conspiracy theory and related extremist ideologies.

Participants are encouraged to question and critically engage on the topic of fake news, conspiracy theories, Incels and extremism on and offline, and how perception may be manipulated. Signposting around next steps is included in this impactful workshop. Deepens knowledge, focuses on practical tools, and builds confidence in a safe space using interactive and engaging content.

Extreme or radical? Real or Fake News? Conspiracy Theories, Incels and Manipulation, Gaming and  Deep Fakes, navigating social media and responding to extremism online practical tools.

Certificate and (free) access to the online portal. We will provide you with free online access to our web-portal after the workshop (once you've individually completed the feedback form) which will contain further resources and a certificate.


How to book

Please book your place through Eventbrite

Starts

3:45pm

Ends

5:45pm


Venue

Online


Address

Eventbrite

Cost

Free


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