Presented by: Abyd Quinn-Aziz, Melissa Mendez and Sophie Hallett, Cardiff University.

This session is aimed at practitioners, professionals and carers, and promotes resources that have been developed to support anti-racist-practice in children’s social care. In the webinar we explain the thinking behind the resources and how you can engage with these as an individual and with others that you work with and alongside. We will also discuss why this work matters and begin to help you to think through your understanding of racism, what we need to understand about particular groups and how we can check our thinking to support them better.

Remote Webinar

May 2, 2023 – 12:00 PM

For more in-depth learning, please register for our free workshops in North and South Wales:

How confident are you that you could recognise an incident of racism if you saw it? What makes an interaction racist? How comfortable are you discussing issues about race and racism? Would you be comfortable speaking out?

This session is aimed at practitioners, professionals and carers and invites you to check your thinking about racism, stereotypes and racist assumptions, and what it means to be anti-racist. In a supportive environment we will facilitate discussion and engage with issues raised in our anti-racist practice resources, along with other activities.

We aim to support your understanding, help develop your confidence, and help you to think about what you can do as your commitment to change and promote an anti-racist approach. Visit our resource page for more information.

Workshop in Cardiff

23rd May 2023 – 13:00-16:00

Workshop in Bangor

6th June 2023 – 09:30-12:30

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