Staying safe from extremist content online
Young people can see all kinds of things online, via social media and through online games. The popularity of online gaming has given extremists more opportunities to make their narratives sound more mainstream. Radicalisers use techniques to groom people and draw them in and might even seem or look harmless to start with.
We partnered with the UK’s largest parenting site Netmum’s to help parents understand why they need to have radicalisation on their radar and how to make their child more resilient. To check out the four information guides click here https://www.netmums.com/act-early
You can find more information on staying safe online here.
Be vigilant and find out who they might be coming into contact with online.
Reporting extremist material online
If you see online graphic or violent extremist material or content that supports, directs or glorifies terrorism please report it using our anonymous online reporting form.