Let’s Talk About It is an initiative designed to provide practical help and guidance in order to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.
We hope that by highlighting the issues and initiating discussions around the potential threats we face as a community, we can create greater understanding and wider awareness
Individuals can be drawn towards the process of radicalisation in a number of ways, many of which may overlap.
View the list of potential vulnerabilities in individual cases of concern.
There is no set profile of what makes someone vulnerable to radicalisation. There are many varying factors and issues that could make someone vulnerable. Visit https://t.co/pW3bAD6A6z to learn about the signs and vulnerabilities. https://t.co/u93sJjkdOB
Being Influenced or Controlled by a Group or an Individual could be a factor that makes someone vulnerable to radicalisation. There are many varying factors - https://t.co/xKLBcUlCRa https://t.co/R4nHzNJfNg
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