Understanding And Challenging The Far Right
On our communities’ request, we are offering a number of training sessions to raise awareness of Far Right Groups, their narratives, and techniques used to recruit people. Community Members and Faith Leaders will hear from people who were formerly involved with far right groups to understand the working and dangers of far right, identify and support individuals vulnerable to being drawn into far right activities, and counter far right ideology.
The same sessions will be delivered on different dates and venues to ensure that we reach a wide range of members and leaders from our diverse communities.
Two hour free sessions will be delivered in evenings on:
Monday 26th November 2018 - between 5 – 7 pm, in Committee Rooms 2 & 3, Brighton Town Hall
Thursday 6th December 2018 - between 5 – 7 pm, in Committee Rooms 2 & 3, Brighton Town Hall
Monday 11th February 2019 - between 5 – 7 pm, in Council Chambers, Hove Town Hall
Please book your place on the training by emailing:
Or calling (01273) 291099
The Training Will:
- Explain what far -right extremism is
- Outline the current landscape of the far-right in the UK
- Show how someone gets drawn into far-right extremism
- Highlight the recruitment process the far-right use
- Explain what makes people vulnerable to the far-right
- Show people how to spot signs of radicalisation in individuals
- Explain counter narratives to far right arguments
2 Hour Awareness Session For Community Members And Leaders All ‘Small Steps’ trainers are formers, the session will begin with a brief overview of the trainer’s story. We move on to outline the different far right strategies/groups operating, signs and symbols used. We will highlight any local information we find researching the area we are delivering training in and what training the far right participate in.
Counter-Narrative Section Here we seek to empower people to counter the far right. We train the audience on how they can engage in difficult conversations, use counter narratives and help them reduce the appeal of far right extremism to people, both online and off.
Who Are The Trainers And Small Steps
Nigel Bromage is a former member of the National Front, British Movement and Combat 18.
Nigel now dedicates his life to countering extremism and hate. His first-hand experience of the social and psychological tools extremist groups and activists use to identify, befriend and recruit vulnerable people into extremism and of the significant challenges and risks facing those exiting those groups gave him unique experience which he used to found Small Steps Consultancy in 2015. Small Steps; raises awareness of extremism and provides a supportive exit-strategy for people wanting to leave extremist involvement; as well as training for local frontline professionals, teachers and community leaders to identify and intervene in cases where there may be a vulnerability to extremist ideology.
Small Steps have created a number of Social Media outlets
Facebook – Small Steps Hub https://www.facebook.com/SmallStepsHub/
& Exit UK https://www.facebook.com/exituk/
Instagram – smallsteps.ltd https://www.instagram.com/smallsteps.ltd