Tackling the impact of violent and extremist narratives on young people.

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Safeguarding workshops led by Odd Arts and Minus Violence are available to secondary settings in Bradford. These are DfE funded and available to free of charge. This is a limited offer and all workshops must be completed by the end of March.

Odd Arts ‘Mixed Up’ and ‘Here and Now’ workshops.

Raising awareness of the risks of radicalisation through participative drama.

These workshops have been very popular amongst secondary schools in Bradford; ' The way the facilitators engage with young people and draw them into discussions around risk and radicalisation is amazing.'

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For further information and to book either, or both, of the workshops please contact Yasmin Butt yasmin@oddarts.co.uk

Minus Violence

Ray Douglas leads a highly engaging workshop in which he explores the ways in which young people can be drawn into violence and extremism through popular culture and social media.

‘Minus Violence’ which has had excellent reviews from Headteachers;  ‘Another fabulous piece of work that engaged everyone so much.  I am so very grateful for my pupils to have been given the opportunity to meet Ray.’ Contact Ray Douglas direct at rd@sociological.co.uk – again, this must be completed by the end of March.



Published: 13/03/2024
Audience: Headteachers, DSL's, Pastoral leads, PSHCE leads
Contact: Geraldine Cooper

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