Contact us now to find out more about our Resistance project for schools, aimed at students 14-19 years.
Our aim is to develop more tolerant and resilient communities through building children’s confidence in overcoming barriers of difference and preventing the escalation of prejudice.
The aim of Salaam Shalom’s Resistance project is to equip young people with the skills and confidence to become ‘Resistors’, challenging prejudice and discrimination they witness and experience in their day-to-day lives.
We use compelling and hard-hitting media, to explore discrimination in many forms, including discrimination of disability, race, homosexuality and gender. Through the project young people analyze processes from bullying to genocide to understand the importance of preventing the escalation of discrimination. The project is aimed at young people in Secondary schools and Colleges. The workshops and accompanying resource pack are being delivered nationally.
‘Every activity highlighted different forms of discrimination. The history v today was a especially useful’ Student
Workshops are delivered by Salaam Shalom trainers, but we also provide resource packs for teachers. They can opt to deliver the workshops themselves and deliver further activities.
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