MOOC: Working with young people against (invisible) racism

Location: Online

Dates: 2 March – 12 April 2020

Number of participants: 500

Participating countries: Any country in the world

Organizer: Cazalla Intercultural

Apply here: application form

Deadline to apply: 4 March 2020 

Date of Selection: 4 March 2020

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Costs: FREE

MOOC Working with young people against (invisible) racism

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Make it Visible is an online course which aims to improve the competences of youth workers, educators, teachers, activists, and anyone interested, on how to run educational activities with young people raising awareness and preventing any form of racism. The course is a result of the European project called STAR: Stand Together Against Racism, where 4 NGOs from Bulgaria, Italy, Poland and Spain got together to share, test, upscale and disseminate their best practices to act against (invisible) racism and any type of violence.

If you will decide to take a course, you will learn the current understanding of what racism is, including the modern forms of racism like invisible racism, or micro-racism. You will be able to discuss with colleagues from all around the world your best practices in anti-racism education and activism. We will invite experts to join us in the webinars where we all will be able to interact. And finally, you will be able to explore different educational tools and approaches. So, are you ready to join?

Aim: In the STAR project we came together to join forces, share practices and tools that had a big impact in our environments, and we aim to share those practices and Stand Together Against (invisible) Racism.

• to explore the frequent root causes of racism, understand what invisible racism is and its relation to power.
• to explore the racist hate speech
• to discover the aims, methods and practice of anti-racism education, learn about different anti-racist actions and understand the importance of reacting to everyday racism
• to share practices and experiences in tackling visible and invisible racism with young people.