Arts & Culture
Understanding Racism and Anti-Racist Practice
- 12:30 pm
31 July 2020
Online | £0 - £33
This training is aimed at Professionals in Criminal Justice, Education, Health, Children’s Services and Community.
An interactive online webinar enabling teaching professionals to deal with issues relating to racism and how to promote anti-racist practice.
Delegates will take part in a thought provoking discussion as well as having the opportunity to raise their own concerns and have these addressed.
The training aims to:
- Explore racism and power dynamics
- Explore white privilege and white fragility
- Explore the barriers to promoting equality and tackling racism
- Enable delegates to recognise racist incidents and explore how to respond to them most effectively
- Encourage participants to embed and engage in anti-racist practice.
Craig Pinkney is a Criminologist, Urban Youth Specialist, PhD Researcher, Founder and Director of Solve: The Centre for Youth Violence and Conflict. Craig is acknowledged as one of the UK’s leading thinkers/doers in responding to Gangs and Serious Youth Violence. He is an JNC qualified Youth Worker with over 16 years of experience as an Outreach Worker, Transformational Speaker, Gang Exit Strategist, Advisor, Mediator, Mentor and Filmmaker.
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