We work with schools to train teachers and with students to challenge prejudice. The anti-racism work we deliver in schools stems from the Education Unit having grown out of a community organising approach. Our aim is not just to educate students on racism, but also to be a catalyst towards positive behavioural change in schools across England and Wales, which can act as a springboard towards a more inclusive society. The overarching aim of the Unit is to enable students to have a holistic understanding of how discrimination works, both in manifestation and in its continuation, and to challenge them on how they can play a role in breaking it.
The Education team are able to deliver training to teachers either on site or at one of our designated teacher training days.Read more
The team are more than happy to sit down with schools to discuss how HOPE not hate can best work with them.Read more
Our Education Unit team includes qualified teachers who have vast experience in the classroom, and who are really well placed to appreciate the benefits of the interactive approach we use, as well as the pressing need for addressing the issues we tackle.Read more
Our Education Unit is creating a catalyst towards positive behavioural change in schools across England and Wales to act as a springboard towards a more inclusive society.Read more