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August 26 @ 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 6:30 PM on Thursday, repeating until September 9, 2021


  To view or download as a pdf file click on the link  >   Resilience against racism A4 FINAL

The City of Monash is hosting a series of workshops

on the topic of  Resilience Against Racism that will be hosted Cultural Intelligence.

Have you experienced or witnessed racism and don’t know what to do about it?

Do you feel guilty about not doing more at the time?

This is very common for people who have experienced or witnessed racism. 

If you have experienced any of these things,

join our Resilience Against Racism workshops

to learn practical tools to empower yourself, 

so you can deal with racism with confidence and

support others dealing with racism. 

There are five workshops in the series,

of which you can decide to attend one, some or all sessions.

                                                                                                                                           To view or download as a pdf file click on the link  >    Resilience against racism A4 FINAL

The workshops will be online and will be held on

Thursday evenings from 6.30pm-8.30pm weekly

starting on Thursday 12 August.

Booking: Registrations essential via the above links

Please RSVP by the day prior to each sessions.

To register for the workshops please follow each of the Trybooking links and register your attendance.

Time:               6.30pm-8.30pm each week

Cost:                FREE 

Location:       Online via Zoom

Who:               Open to anyone to attend


Thursday 12 August  Workshop 1 – Racism: How to deal with my emotions?
Thursday 19 August  Workshop 2 – Racism: Empower and reframe
Thursday 26 August  Workshop 3 – Racism: Speak up with confidence
Thursday 2 September Workshop 4 – Rebuilding your strong cultural identity
Thursday 9 September  Workshop 5 – Challenging racism and respecting difference perspectives



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