On-line Workshop to Prevent Radicalisation available to Community Groups
11 Jan 2021 by Mazeline Hemmings
Sandwell Council are pleased to be able to offer community groups the opportunity to receive a free workshop from provider Nicola Benyahia. Nicola is an accredited counsellor who lost her son to radicalisation in 2015 as he fought for ISIS in Syria and sadly died whilst in the process of being de-radicalised.
Nicola set up her organisation, Families for Life, as a result of this experience, and she now runs workshops about online safety, boundary setting, communication, healthy relationships and mental health – all of which are of huge importance during this current lockdown.
The workshops aim to provide empowerment and resilience-building and Nicola can tailor her sessions to match the needs. of your group. The session can be delivered either to the members of your group, or as training for your staff.
Given the current situation, sessions will take place online, so you must be able to access online video platforms such as MS Teams, Skype or Zoom. Sessions typically last an hour and are free for community group to access. However, places are limited so it will be first come first served.
For further information, or to book a session, please contact Lauren Bond on 0121 569 2894 / 07739489241 or email email@example.com