Father of 7/7 victim backs campaign to tackle extremism
November 20, 2014 | Nick Taylor
Source: ITV Granada Reports
Broadcast 20th November 12:41
The father of a 7/7 victim from Greater Manchester is backing a campaign to tackle radicalisation and extremism in schools.
PLEASE NOTE – this report references THINK a project set up by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace. The people selected are chosen for their abilities to become ‘young leaders’ and to influence others of their age at risk of extremism and radicalisation although all young people are in some ways considered at risk. The project is funded by the Royal Bank of Scotland.
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