Available courses

    Youth radicalisation: course for professionals to use the YEIP prevent model

    This toolkit, developed as part of the YEIP - Youth Empowerment and Innovation project, is an instrument designed for professionals working with young people,  aimed at helping them to prevent radicalization and marginalization.  The toolkit teaches professionals to use the YEIP prevent model, based on the principles of positive psychology, Good Lives Model and restorative justice.


    Preventing violent radicalisation in criminal justice settings: A Restorative Justice approach

     An e-course for professionals working with those at risk of radicalisation and group violence across Europe as well as young people who may themselves be at risk.

    ABUSED NO MORE: SAFEGUARDING YOUTH AND EMPOWERING PROFESSIONALS (Course for young people)

    The “Abused No More: Safeguarding Youth and Empowering Professionals" is for young people living in the UK and Europe and want to find out more about various types of gender-based violence and discrimination.   When you complete this short e-course you will have increased knowledge of various types of gender-based violence including female genital mutilation (FGM), forced marriage and honor-based violence.  You will also learn how to deal, prevent and tackle gender-based and racial discrimination. We have included additional resources and videos that will help you to take action, get involved and share knowledge with your peers

    ABUSED NO MORE: SAFEGUARDING YOUTH AND EMPOWERING PROFESSIONALS (Course for professionals)

    The course aims to strengthen the skills and competences of youth professionals who are working with marginalised youth especially those who are facing exclusion and discrimination due to gender-based abuse or their cultural backgrounds..Thie course key learning objectives include to 
    • Create knowledge and raise awareness of the specific needs and realities of marginalised young people who face (or are at risk of) gender based violence, abuse and discrimination (migrants, refugee women, Black minority ethnic groups). 
    • Develop knowledge and awareness about user-led/youth-led models of empowerment, engagement and participation. 
     • Familiarise professionals with the concept of legal literacy as empowerment tool for prevention of discrimination including gender-based and racial discrimination.
     • Provide participants and their organisations with tools and additional resources including training guides that can be directly applied to their work with their target groups.