If you are worried or stressed about something, you can reach out to someone for support:
Don't suffer in silence.
People share their experiences of how ISIS has affected their lives.
FAST is a UK based organisation providing support to vulnerable families and individuals whose lives have been affected by the trauma of losing loved ones to hateful ideologies and groups.
Violence against women and girls is both a form of discrimination and a violation of human rights.
The London Borough of Tower Hamlets regarding keeping children and young people safe against radicalisation and extremism.
The Educate Against Hate website gives parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice on protecting children from extremism and radicalisation.
We all want our children to live in a safe and loving environment so that they can grow up to become happy, confident adults. You will already know that your children can be vulnerable to risks both inside and outside the home, and will have taken steps to protect them so they can grow, learn and develop to their fullest potential.
Protecting your children from radicalisation and extremism is similar to protecting them from the other harms you may be more familiar with, such as drugs, gangs and sexual exploitation.
TH UPDATED LOCAL SAFEGUARDING THRESHOLDS
4 levels – demarcates where statutory intervention lays in the continuum
Level 1 – Universal Services – All Children Receive these services
Level 2 – Universal services plus additional support as part of early help/ multiagency intervention, LP, TAF approach
Level 3 – Meets threshold for social work assessment
- In cases where CSC decisions do not address the concerns of the professional, referrer should aim to resolve the professional difference/dispute and use Escalation process if necessary.
Level 4 – Child Protection Thresholds Met – requires statutory intervention
Should be met within universal settings; including low level addition needs (All Children)
Meets the criteria for more formal targeted services delivered as part of the early help offer; multi-agency intervention, a lead professional and a team around the family approach
(in addition universal services)
Meets the threshold for social work assessment and support under S.17 Children Act 1989 (child in need) - in addition to provision in universal settings and by targeted services
Meets the threshold for statutory child protection by social work teams delivered under S.47 Children Act 1989, in addition to provision in universal settlings and targeted services.
- This may also include children subject to a Care Order or Children Looked After under S.20 (duty to accommodate) of the Children Act 1989.
Please click on the links below for advice on how to be safe online: