Was the Jewish-Muslim ‘chicken soup challenge’ cooked up by UK’s Home Office? #Religion

2018-12-07T20:17:00+00:00 December 7th, 2018|Prevent in the News|

Last Sunday, the East London Mosque hosted an event called "Chicken Soup Challenge", in which members of Jewish and Muslim community groups came together to cook chicken soup for the homeless. Jews and Muslims from youth groups, mosques and synagogues attempted to cook a thousand portions of the traditional Jewish dish as part of a

REVEALED: How government feud shaped UK’s counter-extremism strategy

2018-11-02T18:51:56+00:00 November 2nd, 2018|Prevent in the News|

A key element of the UK’s controversial Prevent strategy was developed mainly as a result of inter-departmental rivalry within the British government, rather than to address growing concerns about extremism, Middle East Eye has learned. Channel, a counter-radicalisation programme targeting individuals considered to be vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism, was created during a territorial

Over £5 million awarded to community groups to fight extremism

2018-10-19T17:04:50+00:00 October 19th, 2018|Prevent in the News|

Community organisations across the UK will receive more than £5.3 million for projects countering extremist views and to build resilience within communities, it has been announced. Minister for Countering-Extremism Baroness Williams awarded the funds as part of the Building a Stronger Britain Together programme, which aims to protect communities and empower them to challenge extremism.

Most programmes to stop radicalisation are failing

2018-06-08T11:59:46+00:00 June 8th, 2018|Prevent in the News|

More than 95 per cent of deradicalisation programmes are ineffective, according to a study commissioned by the Home Office that raises questions about the government’s Prevent programme. The study revealed failures in the approach to deradicalisation in schools, youth centres, sports clubs and English-language classes. Read more 

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