FREE Resistance Workshops for Schools January- March 2014

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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.

(Video) The Y-Word

Read the original post here : http://www.kickitout.org/1307.php

Frank Lampard, Ledley King and Kieran Gibbs appear in a new film launched today (14 April) aimed at tackling anti-Semitism and anti-Jewish abuse in football.

The film, entitled The Y-Word, has been written and produced by David and Ivor Baddiel, in conjunction with Kick It Out, football’s equality and inclusion campaign, Maccabi GB, Community Security Trust, The Shoresh Foundation and Fahrenheit Films. (more…)

‘The Champion of Equality’ by Amra Bone

The Champion of Equality was a talk given by Amra Bone, held at The University of Bristol, 16th February 2011 as part of ‘Discover Islam’ Week.

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.

Can you support us?

Salaam Shalom needs funding to be able to continue its work. We are a small charity and are grateful for any donation you may be able to give. Donate Online

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