The aims of the workshop are:

-To inspire young people to be active and creative, but responsible in voicing their concerns about their own circumstances or that of the world around them.

-To present a positive role model from a minority community, to challenge prejudices.

-Educate young people about issues of faith and cultural prejudice and discrimination from first-hand perspectives in a way that is fun and memorable.

The objectives of the workshop are:

-To deliver workshops to young people, led by young people from minority communities

-Introduce basic ideology and background to rap and beatboxing

-Introduce basic techniques to enable a short piece to be produced by the end of the session.

-Signpost young people to how they can continue to develop this tool for positive social change.

-Record some workshops and share on website to inspire more young people and share key messages.


“Could I just say how much both groups really enjoyed this experience and how impressed they were with the group. They have been talking about it non-stop since” Marie, Teacher

“Very useful and youthful approach, using modern teachniques to engage young people with equality and inclusion. Thank you” Mohamed Patel, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager, PETROC

Through dialogue & education sessions, broadcast media & the creative arts, Salaam Shalom aims to assist young people & people of all ages to develop awareness of their own culture & identity, alongside understanding the culture & identity of others; doing so primarily between Muslim & Jewish communities, but also between them & communities that they are a part of.

We aim to further understanding between communities so that we can help counter & prevent the development of prejudice & intolerance, which can lead to discrimination & hate-crime.

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