Keeping Children and Young People Safe from Radicalisation and Extremism: Advice for Parents and Carers lists some of the warning signs that you—yes, you!—might have an extremist under your roof.
Some of these signs, the authors note, "could describe general teenage behaviour." So if your kid has been "losing interest in previous activities and friendships" or "switching screens when you come near," you needn't fret unless it's happening "together with other signs." On the other hand, the "following signs are more specific to radicalisation":
- "Owning mobile phones or devices you haven't given them"
- "Showing a mistrust of mainstream media reports and belief in conspiracy theories"
- "Appearing angry about government policies, especially foreign policy"
Thursday, October 06, 2016
Publicada por Miguel Madeira em 11:23