rotherham delivery

Project Highlights:

The number of participants who “agreed” or “strongly agreed” with the statement “I understand the differences between misinformation, disinformation and mal information” was 51 following the programme, compared to 12 in the pre-programme survey.

The number of participants who “agreed” or “strongly agreed” with “I understand the relationship between media literacy and extremism” rose from 21 to 70 following the programme.

“Training was very good. I enjoyed it. It has definitely increased by awareness of radicalisation” – Youth Worker, Bernardos

‘Shout Out UK is the first organisation to provide training like this is Rotherham. I have worked here for 15 years, I have never attended a training that has showcased young people’s social media like this. I found the information very relevant to my own experiences with safeguarding young people’ – Teacher and Chair of Designated Safeguarding Leads

‘I found the aspects about Andrew Tate very interesting because he is very clever how he gets children to regurgitate his views and it is dangerous. I have been a headteacher for 15 years and found this very fascinating” – Headteacher.

“Thank you, delivered and explained very well. Knowledge has definitely increased” – Rotherham Council