Charlotte Littlewood is founding director of Become the Voice. She works to prevent violent extremism. She also works to bring Palestinians and Israelis closer together. Despite what you may think from that brief description, she has a real problem with sharia apologist Linda Sarsour. She tells us why in this podcast on Linda Sarsour and preventing extremism. (Click on the orange button to play the audio)
Among other things, Become the Voice runs program in the UK on preventing violent extremism. Here in the U.S., Clarion is leading the way with our unique Preventing Violent Extremism workshops. We invite you to join a workshop in your home town:
About Clarion’s Preventing Violent Extremism Program
All children should have a peaceful upbringing and the opportunity to pursue a meaningful life. But today, radical regimes and organizations systematically indoctrinate the next generation of kids to embrace violence and hatred.
This radicalization is happening at home, in the United States. Extremists use new methods, such as social media, to reach a broader audience and lure Western teenagers into joining terrorist organizations.
- The role of extreme ideology
- Push and Pull factors that either drive children to extremism or protect them
- How to identify, listen, address and monitor to confront push factors