Safe Online: From Fake News to Extremism in a Digital Age

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We are pleased to offer 3 opportunities to take part in our Safe Online Training program. This programme is delivered by the Peace Museum, funded by the Home Office and free for participants. If you could please book on and also forward to others working in the community/ voluntary sector.

Sessions last 1 hour and are suitable for anyone working in the community.

You can choose any one of the following dates/times for the training:

  • Monday 8 February            1pm to 2pm
  • Friday 12 February          10am to 11am
  • Friday 12 February            1pm to 2pm

Bookings for any of the training sessions can be made via the following link:

https://safe-online-training-zoom.eventbrite.co.uk

This training session explores false news and online propaganda. Together, we will explore how to tell if information online is suspect or distorts the truth, and what to do if you see online material that promotes extremism

The projects aim to equip you with the understanding of the difference between their traditional online safety learning, namely around online bullying and personal safety, and how the internet is used to spread extremist messaging.

For further information, please contact Jude Wright – choices@peacemuseum.org.uk, 07968 165 744

 

The Peace Museum 10 Piece Hall Yard, Bradford, BD1 1PJ, 01274 780 241