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AriSEE’s workshop project is to provide students with knowledge of how racism exists and the building blocks to remove it from their community.
There will be two very different sets of workshops which will be provided to the schools based upon the diversity of the schools.
1. Where the schools do not have many BAME students, the workshops will be predominantly based upon representation of BAME people, promotion of inclusivity, understanding of why the country is so diverse and why some countries BAME people come from may not possess the same wealth and opportunities that Westernised countries do.
2. Where the schools are much more diverse, the workshops delivered would be able inclusivity, understanding of cultures and how best to deal with racial prejudice.
The schools will be offered a free workshop which will be delivered to the students in their final year of Primary or Secondary education.
Subsequent workshops will be chargeable.
“The Well-being of Future Generations Act requires public bodies in Wales to think about the long-term impact of their decisions, to work better with people, communities and each other, and to prevent persistent problems such as poverty, health inequalities and climate change” – Taken from the “Well-being of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015“
“Racism and racial abuse or bullying can be really distressing for children and young people. When a child is bullied or treated differently because of their race, it can lead to feelings of isolation, depression, anger or even shame about their race and how they look.” – NSPCC