Living in Between anti-racism workshops
Living in Between Diversity Education through Storytelling is a multi-award winning anti-racism program delivered by the Students Against Racism and in partnership with TasTAFE.
The program aims to create more inclusive schools and workplaces by providing an opportunity for Tasmanians to get to know people who have arrived as refugees and migrants. The workshop includes stories and activities that explore the consequences of racism and how it can be addressed. Over 14,000 people have participated in Living in Between workshops since its inception in 2008.
Who this service is for
Schools, workplaces, community
How this service is delivered
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We'll come to you (outreach)
One-off presentations of Living in Between are available for schools, workplaces, conferences, community groups and special events.
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