Experts give practical advice on how to recognise signs that your child might be at risks of being radicalised and what you can do to support them.
There are a number of warning signs that can be used as a guide to identify your child’s vulnerability to radicalisation:
It’s crucial to bear in mind that this list is not exhaustive; nor is it solely indicative of vulnerability to radicalisation: there could be other issues which need addressing. However, if you feel that one or more of these characteristics applies to your child it is worth addressing this as soon as possible, in an open and calm manner which reassures them that you are a figure to be trusted who can be turned to for help and support in a situation of risk.
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