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"I'm Not a Racist, But..." Planning and Delivering Anti-Racist Training : Handbook for Trainers

By Young, Carol

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Title: "I'm Not a Racist, But..." Planning and Delivering Anti-Racist Training : Handbook for Trainers  
Author: Young, Carol
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Education, Anti-racist training
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Publisher: INAR
Member Page: Carol Young

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This handbook is designed for trainers who design and deliver anti-racism, anti-discrimination or anti-prejudice training. Its aim is to support trainers to make their work as effective as possible, including by influencing resistant learners with approaches which have been shown to change attitudes. It has a focus on everyday racism, which provides a practical and relatable way of communicating the impacts of racism and the importance of challenging it.

Summary
This handbook has been produced as part of the Erasmus+ funded INAR (I'm not a racist, but...) project. Led by InterCultural Iceland, the project aims to reach adult learners who are resistant to anti-discrimination training by providing support and strategies to trainers who may tend to avoid or ignore this group. Reaching these individuals with innovative, cooperative, and 'no blame' methodologies will lead to improvements in social and employment relations, offering an extension to the forms of training and education currently available. The project tackles both the social injustices caused by discrimination and prejudice, and the difficulties experienced within organisations where individuals fail to engage with anti-discrimination agendas. Ingrained prejudice causes behaviours which can be a catalyst for significant harm, disruption, and stress. For organisations, it can also ultimately result in costly reparation activities (either directly or indirectly). Project Partners The INAR project partners are: • InterCultural Iceland - Reykjavik, Iceland • Chancengleich in Europa e.V. - Dortmund, Germany • Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights - Glasgow, Scotland • Centrul Judetean de Resurse si Asistenta Educationala Vrancea - Focsani, Romania More information about the project partners is available at Appendix F, p.64. Project Outputs Over two years from 2016 – 2018, the INAR project has worked to develop resources including this handbook, the example training modules contained in the handbook, a video resource showing delivery of some of the exercises from the training modules and a Facebook game designed to challenge misinformation about migrants and minority ethnic communities. Video resource: https://youtu.be/5jRNqEoJp_Y Facebook game: https://apps.facebook.com/fb-quizzes/inar-test-quiz-version-3-dup

Excerpt
Organisations have many different motivations for ensuring that their staff receive anti-racism training. Morally and ethically, it’s the right thing to do. Research has shown that workers’ experience of racism is associated with a range of health problems, both mental and physical. However, there are also business benefits. From avoiding legal risks to minimising conflict in the workplace, organisations have an expectation that training will solve any potential problems around racism, discrimination or prejudice. However, for trainers, it can be difficult to meet those expectations. For a variety of reasons, some participants will be reluctant or resistant to engage with the training. They may even display hostile or aggressive behaviour, disrupting others’ opportunity to learn. If delivered in the wrong way, training can actually reinforce prejudiced beliefs in these participants. This handbook is designed for trainers who design and deliver anti-racism, anti-discrimination or anti-prejudice training. Its aim is to support trainers to make their work as effective as possible, including by influencing resistant learners with approaches which have been shown to change attitudes. It has a focus on everyday racism, which provides a practical and relatable way of communicating the impacts of racism and the importance of challenging it.

Table of Contents
Introduction Sample training module Step 1: Setting objectives, goals and learning outcomes Step 2: Developing a training session Developing content on key concepts Race and racism ‘National culture’ and stereotyping Discrimination and exclusion Everyday racism Step 3: Training delivery Working with resistant learners Step 4: Evaluating the training Conclusion Appendix A: Glossary Appendix B: Sample training module Appendix C: Checklist for designing training sessions Appendix D: Training programme planning template Appendix E: Bingo sheet Appendix F: INAR partner biographies

 

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