The latest Prevent statistics direct us to an answer that lies in following long-held practices that preserve trust and will allow better access to public services while restoring it to its rightful role.
As part of a Palestine Uncensored blog series at Verso Books, these two letters by a young teacher, who works in a school in London, are addressed to her students and her colleagues and concern Prevent.
A report by Amnesty International, illustrates that Prevent is a dangerously broken system where the vast majority of people reported do not present any threat.
From self-censorship to democratic disengagement, the real impact of Prevent on young people should be causing the government to reconsider Prevent – so, why are they only increasing the pressure?
The People’s Review of Prevent has released a briefing document to the higher education sector that is essential reading given recent events in the Middle East.
New Prevent guidelines for responsible authorities will be severely tested by the fallout from the military actions in Israel-Palestine.
Here’s what students, staff and parents can expect this 2023-4 academic year after the Home Office accepted all of Shawcross’s recommendations.
Almost two years ago – a long time in the history of the Prevent strategy – I spoke to a mother who confided in me that her son was so distraught by a Prevent referral made by his school that he had told her he no longer wished to live. This is her story.
The notion of justice and the Prevent duty is non-existent and almost impossible for those it wrongfully targets and harms.
The coupling of public services with Prevent alters the crucial and delicate trust dynamics essential to education and health.