We recently held a social for our volunteers to say thank you for everything they do to support our work. They’re awesome!
If you are interested in being involved in our projects and events, in helping plan, deliver or supporting by attending and helping with spreading the word, please drop us an email email@example.com
We also want to thank all our funders, partners and supporters of 2013, who made all our exciting projects possible!
Including The Tudor Trust, Bristol City Council, Comic Relief, Quartet Foundation, The Merchant Venturers, Neighbourhood Partnerships, Liberal Judaism, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Arnolfini, The Ammerdown Centre for peace & reconciliation and Bristol Festival of Ideas. As well as numerous schools!
We are continually seeking funding, in a difficult climate! If you would like to support our work please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Young People’s Festival of Ideas
A partnership project between Salaam Shalom Youth Council, Young Arnolfini and Bristol Festival of Ideas.
Bringing you a host of hard hitting talks and debates on issues that matter to you!
22nd January: Education and Class
Past talks 2013:
The influence of social media
Pornography and its effect on young people
FREE Workshop for Students + Resource Pack for Teachers
[Holocaust Memorial Day 27th January]
Scheduling workshops January-March 2014.
Free workshop: Young People, Discrimination, and positive change!
SalaamShalom is offering for FREE a unique 2 hour workshop for secondary schools and colleges across the city which get young people to take a stand against discrimination, intolerance and bullying.
Looking at discrimination in both a historical and contemporary context, through the study of the holocaust and discrimination today; this workshop will:
- Support young people to stand up against discrimination and be ‘Resistors’
- Understand the impact of history on how we interact today
- Equip young people with the confidence to be change makers
- Support teachers to continue the work through free resource packs
This project is funded by Bristol City Council.