Here are the most important developments in the Prevent strategy and essential takeaways for students, parents and staff for 2023/4.
The existence of the Prevent duty in the pre-crime space means access to justice is non-existent and almost impossible for those it harms.
The coupling of public services with Prevent disrupts crucial trust dynamics that make up the basis of genuine safeguarding.
When it comes to Prevent referrals, these three specific and unexceptional case examples illustrate the undocumented impact of Prevent.
The UK's Prevent counter-extremism strategy involves data collection and retention that is far from public scrutiny. It is a form of surveillance that can remain with a person for
Speaking at the Prevent Watch annual update event this year, Director Dr Layla Aitlhadj mentioned the importance of the People's Review as the government review of the strategy con
The new requirements introduced under Prevent in 2015 included a statutory duty on schools to promote ‘British values’. This law was published following the Birmingham Trojan H
At a recent event I spoke about Prevent to parents who had gathered for something that may seem unrelated to counter-extremism: the changes in the curriculum with regards to relati
During our recent Surviving Society podcast, we highlighted Prevent's love-hate relationship with the far-right and what it means for anti-Prevent advocacy.
In this excerpt from the Surviving Society podcast, we break down why Prevent is the tip of a separate policy architecture that is set outside of long-established principles of evi