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Online hate speech is a growing problem. Education is part of the solution.

Do you want to hack online hate?

Access the SELMA Toolkit

How does it work?

The SELMA Toolkit offers:

  • Over 100 easy-to-access and customisable resources for teachers and other professionals working with children and young people.
  • A wealth of flexible and hands-on activities which you can run as one-off sessions to trigger immediate engagement and effect.
  • Clear guidance on how to build more comprehensive and sustained pathways of change.

Nine thematic questions, three focus angles

The SELMA Toolkit addresses questions such as: