Training course tackles terrorism

10th June 2011 at 01:00

Human-rights campaigner Amnesty International is to help teachers and students deal with issues relating to global terrorism in two special training days. The course, "Ten Years after 911 - what is your school doing?", is being run with the Association for Citizenship Teaching and the PSHE Association, and will explore issues such as community cohesion, religious extremism and prejudice.

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