Anti-Racism Training Pack for Schools (2014)
The Anti-Racism Training Pack for Schools was designed as part of the “Cork City Social Inclusion Project” in collaboration with an anti-racism youth group which met at Nasc during the summer of 2014. This youth group highlighted areas which were of particular importance for young people and, with the assistance of filmmaker Sam Whelan-Curtin, they developed an anti-racism video which is included in the print copy of the training pack. The objective of the toolkit is to provide information about racism and discrimination, how it impacts us, and how to tackle it. It includes information about a range of issues and also group exercises and activities for students to take part in. The issues covered include: human rights, the meaning of racism, racism in schools, and online hate speech. For a print copy of the pack with DVD, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.