Behind Closed Doors 22 Apr 2020 Medway, University of Kent, Wednesday, 22. April 2020

Maryam and Joe: Behind Closed Doors’ has been developed to allow professionals and young people to  spot the signs of radicalisation in two different scenarios; firstly, through  the online, social-media life of Maryam (aged 15) and her sisters and secondly,  through the online and personal relationships of Joe (aged 20) and his family. Both  stories are suitable for young people and young adults and they focus on  grooming processes; what to do to help safeguard the young people; and the  influence and impact of their behaviour and actions on their families. Using  ‘traffic light’ and ‘emoji’ rating systems you are encouraged to input your  thoughts on how and why the characters are being groomed. 

To  provide professionals and young people with a platform to develop understanding  about the processes involved in radicalisation.

To  raise awareness amongst professionals and young people of the processes of  grooming for radicalisation.

To  heighten awareness of how young people and students can be safeguarded, in  particular the processes and staff involved in Junior, secondary, tertiary and  higher education.

To  facilitate understanding of the different ideologies that underpin extremist  and terrorist organisations.

Highlight  the issues associated with young women being groomed and recruited for  travelling by Daesh.

Highlight  the issues associated with young men being groomed and recruited to right wing  organisations.

Encourage  discussion and reflect on the use and abuse of different social media platforms  for the purposes of radicalisation.

To  look at the different policies and procedures that exist in organisations on  radicalisation and to evaluate how they work in practice.

Terms and Conditions
Please read the terms and conditions before booking your place on the CPD session. Unless formally agreed by the University of Kent, licences may not be used to generate income, licence holders may not be commissioned to deliver training and are not permitted to share enrolment details with others. Licences are for use within schools/organisations or for own CPD.

a.    The University reserves the right to cancel the Training up to 10 days before the Commencement Date. In the event of such a cancellation the University shall endeavour to contact you by email to inform you of the cancellation. The Client is responsible for checking details for any cancellation before travelling. The University is not responsible for any travel or accommodation costs incurred as a result of the cancellation.                                              
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Directions to the training room: These will be confirmed again with maps and directions from the nearest car park. 

If you have any questions or need any more information, please email ccp@ or call 01227 827546.
More information
You can find out more on our website – visit ‘Maryam and Joe: Behind Closed Doors’ and our other simulations that may be of interest to you too: Lottie and Zak/Gamer Zak page.
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