The civil society unanimously opposes the Prevent program.
Find some of the most important contributions by independent organisations.
PREVENT Watch provides legal advice and documents the impact of PREVENT on individuals and communities.
Press digest and commentary on The Prevent duty.
MEND seeks to tackle Islamophobia via advocacy in Westminster and media engagement coupled with empowerment of grass roots British Muslims with media and political literacy.
The British Medical Association's annual conference in 2018 agreed a motion to support any members who refuse to take part in PREVENT training.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists explore what they describe as a complex and contested area
Teachers have voted overwhelmingly to reject the government’s Prevent strategy
"I recommend that the government at the very least suspend the Prevent duty (...)
NUS have been constant critics of PREVENT and their report on the experiences of Muslim students reports PREVENT contributing to Islamophobia across UK universities and creating a barrier between Muslim students and their engaging with the curriculum.
Dr Charlotte Heath-Kelly and Dr Erzsébet Strausz ask if PREVENT really is safeguarding?
Jawaab's Voices of Young Muslims: Building a Society free of Islamophobia captures an important moment in the story of Muslims in Britain today. It is a story of discrimination, fear, identity and above all – resilience.
Open Society's extensive report looks at the impact of PREVENT in both healthcare and education.
Ben Hayes and Arun Kundnani look at how CVE undermines human rights and instrumentalises civil society.
An early critic of PREVENT, Rights Watch (UK) recommended that PREVENT should be abandoned in schools in their report from 2016