Ariel is again working with our partners from the Evens Foundation to translate one of our resources, this time for use in Germany.  We are working with new German partners from planpolitik to translate and refine the ‘Skills to Resist Radicalisation’ resource for use in a German context.

This project builds on a successful partnership that translated CyberSense into both Dutch and Polish.  The new challenge for this project is building a transnational partnership without being able to meet face-to-face.  The project ‘kick-off’ took place in October, and it had been intended this would be in Berlin, however rising rates of infection across the UK and Europe meant this was rapidly moved online.  Despite this the two days of meetings were very productive and the work of translating the films and online content is well underway.

The project, funded by Evens Foundation, aims to launch the new resource to schools all across Germany in time for the 2021/22 academic year.