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Help us challenge bullying, hate and abuse: Where you see forms of social exclusion, discrimination and prejudice, whether that’s because of faith, gender, ethnicity, disability, age, nationality or anything else that makes us different.
#NoBystanders is our campaign to stand up and empower others: Let’s empower others to challenge all forms of hateful language and abuse when they can. We can only succeed if we all play a part
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Watch the Stonewall short film: https://youtu.be/agLrVvCUkzI
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Show Racism the Red Card
As part of a Welsh Government funded project SRTRC have developed a range of Factsheets for tackling racism in schools in Wales.
The factsheets feature a range of brief guides to appropriate terminology, equality duties, and identifying and reporting a racist incident in school.
The factsheets, available in Welsh and English cover:
- Language and terminology: Appropriate use of terminology relating to identity – explanations of racist terminology.
- Equalities Act 2010: An overview of the Equalities Act citing the 9 protected characteristics including examples of direct and indirect discrimination.
- Recognising and responding to racism and racial stereotyping: Understand how to recognise a racist incident and emphasise the importance of a proactive response.
- Reporting suspected racist incidents: A step by step guide on what should happen once a racist incident has been identified to ensure the issue is dealt with effectively.
The Factsheets can be downloaded here: http://www.theredcard.org/news/factsheetsforwales
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You can visit the website: http://www.theredcard.org
NSPCC Core Info Leaflets
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has taken over the CORE INFO child protection systematic reviews project. Since 2002 they have developed an internationally recognised methodology for systematically reviewing the world literature with regard to child abuse and neglect. Their focus, to date, has been on the recognition and investigation of suspected abuse / maltreatment, providing current and accessible literature, whilst also recommending a research agenda for those working within the field.
The link below will provide some very useful leaflets:
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