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This hands on activity encourages participants to think who is responsible for Sectarianism and to raise awareness.

Purpose

  • To encourage participants to think about who is responsible for sectarianism.
  • To raise awareness of who has the power to challenge sectarianism.
  • To encourage participants to take personal responsibility for challenging sectarianism.
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This hands on activity explores how we can solve problems together even when we see things from a different perspective.

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This hands on activity helps young people experience how if feels to be part of a group or a minority.

 

Purpose

  • To help young people experience how it feels to be part of both a minority group and the majority.
  • To look at the strategies we adopt to make sure we are accepted by the majority.
  • To raise awareness of when we like to be part of the majority and when we like to be apart, or in the minority.

 

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This hands on activity helps young people identify features that all cultures have in common.

 

Purpose

  • To help young people identify features that all cultures have in common.
  • To help young people understand that some of these features are visible and some not.

 

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This hands on activity looks at the differences between people, develop skills in tolerance and awareness of stereotyping.

 Purpose

  • To look at differences between people
  • To recognise that people have lots of things in common
  • To develop skills in tolerance and understanding
  • To be aware of stereotyping
  • To be more aware of diversity in our country
  • To examine our own beliefs and how these come about

 

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This hands on activity helps young people be aware of the power of words and how they can be used to harm.

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This hands on activity asks participants to discuss the perception of race and to create their own posters.

Purpose

  • To use the diversity poster to spark discussion on the perception of race, religion and discrimination.
  • To use the poster to prompt participants’ own visual and written creativity. 

 

 
 
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