Safeguarding the most vulnerable from radicalisation and online propaganda

Date and time: 7 October 2021 3pm – 6pm (GMT +8)

This course has been specially designed to prevent online radicalisation of vulnerable demographics while encouraging them to practice and adopt the many tools of digital safety. At the community level, this can be achieved by raising public awareness about early signs of radicalisation, enabling people to take informed action. As studies on domestic extremism and gang violence over the past decade have shown, signposting parents, teachers, family, and friends is crucial to prevent loss of youth to predatory organisations. Given that much of recruiting and other activities have moved online, authorities and NGOs have discovered and adopted other appropriate safeguarding services on the basis of real-life experiences and case studies.

Access to this course is not restricted.

This course will cover the following:
  • The real and hidden dangers children face when using the internet
  •  How to keep children safe in social media and gaming domains
  •  How children can put themselves unwittingly at risk of being exploited, or influenced to make bad choices when online.
  •  Cyberbullying, sharing images, and when it becomes a criminal offence
  •  Enhancing awareness of privacy and safety settings
  •  Specific risks involved for online gaming and the importance of age restrictions
  •  What is grooming and how to recognise methods used by groomers who try to exploit, radicalise and promote hate crime
  •  How to create behavioural change with confidence. Cumulative knowledge and tools to encourage safe online practice in the home. This is particularly important as we adapt to living and working in unusual circumstances, e.g. under shelter-in-place emergency orders.
Certificate of attendance is awarded for “Safeguarding the most vulnerable from radicalisation and online propaganda” seminar

Price

Individual Price
USD 200

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests

  • Restriction level
  • Covered topics
  • Certification of Completion
  • Course instructors
  • Pricing

Access to this course is not restricted.

This course will cover the following:
  • The real and hidden dangers children face when using the internet
  •  How to keep children safe in social media and gaming domains
  •  How children can put themselves unwittingly at risk of being exploited, or influenced to make bad choices when online.
  •  Cyberbullying, sharing images, and when it becomes a criminal offence
  •  Enhancing awareness of privacy and safety settings
  •  Specific risks involved for online gaming and the importance of age restrictions
  •  What is grooming and how to recognise methods used by groomers who try to exploit, radicalise and promote hate crime
  •  How to create behavioural change with confidence. Cumulative knowledge and tools to encourage safe online practice in the home. This is particularly important as we adapt to living and working in unusual circumstances, e.g. under shelter-in-place emergency orders.
Certificate of attendance is awarded for "Safeguarding the most vulnerable from radicalisation and online propaganda" seminar

Price

Individual Price
USD 200

Package includes

  • Reading materials
  • Quizzes and tests
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