Stories that Move | 23 March 2019
Holocaust Education Trust Ireland in association with Anne Frank House Amsterdam
A training day for a new online teaching resource to challenge racism and discrimination
Date: Saturday 23 March 2019
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Northgate Street, Athlone, Co. Westmeath
Fee: €55 (includes lunch and coffee breaks)
Young people in Europe are being affected by increasing incidents of racism and discrimination. Antisemitism and prejudice against Muslims, Roma, LGBT+ and other ethnic or religious groups, is on the rise. Stories that Move was developed with the intention of challenging these issues and encouraging young people aged 14-17, to think critically about diversity and to reflect on their attitudes and choices. This interactive workshop provides a safe learning environment for students and educators.
This online tool is an inclusive approach that focuses on young people’s voices making all learners feel involved. This empowers students and educators to discuss sensitive and complex issues inside and outside of the their classrooms.
Educators can utilise this tool to set up digital classrooms, creating opportunities for debate.
To apply for a place on this dynamic interactive workshop contact the HETI office by telephone or email.
Places will be reserved on a first come first served basis.
Minimum payment of 50% is required to secure a place