We’re here to say that – whether displayed online or on the street; whether through the cultural glass ceiling, or the systemic disadvantage experienced by our First Peoples – racism exists in Australia.
– Helen Szoke, Race Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission, 2012.
Through our own lived experiences and through the work we do in our communities, RISE has long recognised a need for anti-racism education that goes beyond individual-focused cultural awareness and tolerance-based training models to address the systemic and structured ways that racism manifests in our daily work and personal lives.
Starting in March 2013, RISE will be running anti–racism training for the staff and/or volunteers of organisations that service communities of colour.
We aim to provide participants with techniques to identify and combat racism within institutional, organisational and interpersonal settings. Workshops will be delivered in the Melbourne CBD.
For more information about the workshops, click here.
To view our training promo video featuring workshop presenters Gary Foley and Jayani Nadarajalingam, click here.*
*Please note, the dates for Session 2 have been changed to Wednesday 17 April and Thursday 18 April 2013.
To register online, click here.
To download our registration form, click here.
IMPORTANT: Those who register before Friday 1 March 2013 will be eligible for our Early Bird registration fee of $100 for the full two-day session. Registrations after Friday 1 March will be $125 for the full two-day session.
If you would like further information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.