|Time:||March 9, 2021, 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.|
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Antiracism: Why and How?
The Line of what can and cannot be said in public discourse is and was a controversial topic long before movements such as The BLM movement reinvigorated global dicourse around it. Yet such discussions often unproportionally focus on the rightfully highly held principle of "Free speech" to detriment and sometimes even exclusion of a great number of nuances that must be considered to facilitate an open, diverse and peacful society. This Workshop is dedicated to uncovering and discussing (at least some of) the aforementioned nuances using concrete examples.
About the presenters:
Cora has been working as an intercultural trainer since her volunteer year in India 2014. Her training focus on empowering (young) people and sensitizing them to current developments in society. Special focus is placed on the topics of feminism and structural discrimination. Cora is currently writing her bachelor's thesis on (labour market) integration opportunities for refugees.
Robin worked in different educational settings. Namely globalization-critique, working-union-matters, development- and discrimination theory and also for the abolition of nuclear weapons. Furthermore he has the experience of being raised up in a bilingual setting and having had the opportunities of being employed as a flight attendant and work and live in La Paz and Bafoussam for some time.
The workshop was opened to international students today, so you can still join!
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