A practical community sector training that will help you develop literacy, empathy, and understanding of race-related issues and identities, so that you can help improve safety and support for people of colour within organisations. The sessions are run by people of colour who are trained facilitators and experts in their lived experiences.
Online training exploring:
- Racism within a structural framework
- Privilege and disadvantage within communities of colour
- What allyship is and what it looks like day to day
- Common pitfalls of inclusion and allyship
- How to create a culture of personal and professional accountability around racism
- Actions that improve safety for people of colour and tackle racial injustice
July 22 & 23 – 9:00am to 12:30 pm (participants must attend both sessions)
About the trainer
Elsa Tuet-Rosenberg (she/her) is a queer, multi-racial, Jewish and Chinese woman of colour. Grown up in Naarm (Melbourne) she has been working in the spaces of youth empowerment, social change, and facilitation for many years. Currently, she is the Training Director at Democracy in Colour, designing and running Anti-Racism & Allyship training programs.
Democracy in Colour – Australia’s first national racial justice advocacy organisation led by people of colour. They work to up-skill and empower people of colour, to challenge dominant racist narratives and create social change.
The workshops will be co-facilitated by MYAN NSW Youth Ambassadors.