Inclusivity and diversity are the focus of this new online course by the School of European Gateway’s Teacher Academy – the perfect fit for educators, trainers and youth leaders who want to create a safe space for complex and sensitive conversations with their students. The aim is to raise student awareness of the need to respond to all forms of discrimination, including antigypsyism, antisemitism, discrimination against LGBT+ and Muslims, and racism.

The course introduces the methodology of Visible Thinking and Blended Learning used in the Stories that Move – Toolbox against discrimination. The toolbox is free, available in seven languages, and aimed at anyone working with the 14+ age group on topics related to questions of diversity and discrimination.

The 10-day long online course is in English and takes an hour a day, starting on 19 April.

Sign up here.

Course developed by the Anne Frank House, dekivered by the School of European Gateway’s Teacher Academy.