17.01.22 | KENT |Fake News (Professionals) |15:45 -17:45

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17.01.22 | KENT |Fake News (Professionals) |15:45-17:45

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Delivery type: Online/Zoom

This session will be delivered online via Microsoft TEAMS. Once you've registered on Eventbrite we will send you the Teams link seperately. We will send this 48 hours beforehand (or Friday) whichever is earlier. If you're unsure, please contact Adam on info@connectfutures.org

Audience. The session addresses adults/professionals on the increasingly complex and sensitive topic, tackling perceptions around fake news, conspiracy theories, incels and extremism, and how to support young people (and each other) to build resilience to fake news, conspiracy theory and related extremist ideologies.

How? Participants are encouraged to question and critically engage on the topic of fake news, conspiracy theories, Incels and extremism on and offline, and how perception may be manipulated. Signposting around next steps is included in this impactful workshop. Deepens knowledge, focuses on practical tools, and builds confidence in a safe space using interactive and engaging content.

Learning outcomes. Hate: Extreme or radical? Real or Fake News? Conspiracy Theories, Incels and Manipulation, Gaming & Deep Fakes, Navigating social/media and Responding to extremism online Practical tools.

Post session:Certificate and (free) access to the online portal. We will provide you with free online access to our web-portal after the workshop (once you've individually completed the feedback form) which will contain further resources and a certificate.

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| Creating Change Together | 

We are a social enterprise working with young people, communities, practitioners and academics to build resilience and positive change, and prevent extremism, violence and exploitation.  

Impact | We have worked with 83,000 young people, 5,500 teachers & practitioners and 10,000 members of the public.

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