Anti-racism workshop

Anti-racism workshop

These events are designed to embed the anti-racist practice in the VAWG sector and to support the implementation of the Charter. We are holding workshops, training and seminars for both the Black and minoritised women’s sector/workers as well as the wider violence against women and girls (VAWG) sector.

These workshops will also enable us to work collaboratively with the sector to finalise the implementation of the Charter. By working together we want to develop a Collective Accountability Framework alongside our Ways of Working guidance to ensure that the Anti-Racism Charter addresses inequalities in the sector and makes a difference.

All workshops and seminars are online and free. We will also arrange BSL interpreters and STTRs (palantypists) to support each session, if needed (kindly express your requirement in the registration form). Please let us know if you have any other specific accessibility requirements or needs and we will do our best to support them.

Please note that the spaces are limited so register as soon as possible and we will send you the link to join before the event. Please lookout for the joining link closer to the date. Please keep checking your spam as well for the email.

For any queries or needs kindly reach out to [email protected]

Please note: This workshop is only for Black and Minoritised women working in the frontline services to end VAWG. The workshop is not suitable for women in statutory organisations or academia.

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