New Graphic Novel for young people to focus on on-line propaganda and extreamist grooming

The official showcasing of the new and interactive resource has been planned for the following dates:

·      Monday 25th September 2017 at Selby Civic Centre, Doncaster Road, Selby, North Yorkshire, YO8 9FT from 1.30pm.

·     Tuesday 3rd October 2017 at Allerton Court Darlington Rd, Northallerton DL6 2XF from 10am.

Working in partnership with Connecting Youth Culture, the Hurt By Hate Graphic Novel aims to raise awareness of the potential impact of on-line propaganda and extremist grooming on young people, across North Yorkshire and York.  

The two showcase events will demonstrate how the interactive resources can be used by professionals for early intervention and prevention work in a wide range of universal and targeted education and community settings; including youth clubs, pupil referral units and children’s homes.

The links below will allow you to book onto the suitable date/venue and time slot of your preference:

Selby Event: password is HBHselby250917

Hambleton Event : password is HBHhambleton031017

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