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"I'm Not a Racist, But..." Planning and Delivering Anti-Racist Tra...

By: Carol Young, Co-Author; Guðrún Pétursdóttir, Co-Author

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.

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 problem...

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