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WHAT IS STEER AWAY?

STEER, Prevent and counter-extremism training is designed to educate, engage, and enable staff to recognise and effectively deal with the threat of radicalisation in the UK.

This unique structured training goes beyond simply raising awareness about the problem by equipping staff with the tools required to identify individuals at risk of radicalisation within communities providing a full spectrum approach via interactive workshops and forum theatre workshop.

WHY Adam Deen?

Adam Deen is uniquely positioned to deliver this training because of its well-established footing and networking groundwork within schools and families of former extremists.
An anti-extremism organisation, Adam Deen is exceptionally well-versed in the progression and development of extremism and how to diffuse dangerous thought patterns with effective counter-narratives, neutralising the consequences of radicalisation at the grassroots level.

 Program Content

A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF:

  • Extremism and radicalisation of Islamist and Far right extremism in the context of the UK
  • The Prevent programme and its correct implementation
  • The duties and responsibilities within the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015
  • Approaches with which to incorporate the Prevent strategy within existing and revised policies
  • Systematic developments of programme implementation methods

Benefits and Learning Outcomes

  • Identify factors that make people vulnerable to radicalisation
  • Recognise individuals at particular risk to radicalisation
  • Assess potential indicators and dynamics and act accordingly
  • Manage potentially problematic situations quickly and efficiently
  • Apply knowledge in an appropriate and effective manner

Interactive Workshop (3 Hours)

WHO CAN BENEFIT?

  • Public Sector Workers
  • Teachers
  • Social Workers
  • Police
  • Psychologists
  • Civil Servants

About Adam Deen

Adam Deen was previously a senior member of the Islamist extremist organization, Al-Muhajiroun, and utilized universities himself as a key source for recruitment. Adam became disillusioned with his extremist beliefs and began a journey away from Islamist extremism.

Adam Deen was previously a senior member of the Islamist extremist organization, Al-Muhajiroun, and utilized universities himself as a key source for recruitment. Adam became disillusioned with his extremist beliefs and began a journey away from Islamist extremism.

Adam now dedicates his work to countering extremism and the Islamist ideology he once subscribed to, which he believes tarnishes the beauty of Islam. Adam’s past experiences add tremendous value and insight into ways to counter Islamic extremism.

In 2012, Adam founded the Deen Institute, which teaches Muslims critical thinking skills and increases awareness of Islam’s rich intellectual heritage. He has spoken at over 40 university campuses across the UK and has debated with prominent academics on issues surrounding extremism, religious philosophy and theology.

He frequently appears on mainstream TV including the BBC and has debated at the Oxford Union Debates.

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