Active Bystander Training

Date: 17 April 2024
Time: 10:00 - 12:00
Location: CCVS and CECF, 16 - 18 Arbury Court, Cambridge CB4 2JQ
Training & Events

Time: 10:00am – 12:00pm

Venue: CCVS and CECF, 16 – 18 Arbury Court, Cambridge CB4 2JQ

Date: Wednesday 17th April 2024 

CCVS and CECF (Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum) are excited to present an in-person workshop developed by Protection Approaches and British East and South East Asian Network  (besea.n) 

Who is it for? 

Anyone interested in tackling identity-based prejudice in their communities.

What is it about? 

What it means to be an active bystander or ally: through group discussion the participants explore what being an active bystander means to them

What will I learn? 

Standing up for victims: working through a series of scenarios, participants consider and learn what they can do when they encounter prejudice, harassment or violence such as a racist attack in a supermarket or an inappropriate comment from a colleague

What you can do if you are the victim: participants consider some options they may have if they are the victim of prejudice or violence, and find out where there are support services and resources

What to expect: 

Participants are guided through a series of discussions to explore how they can play a role in tackling identity-based prejudice and violence in their community, school, or place of work.

This training is open to voluntary groups in the Cambridgeshire area but members of CCVS and Hunts Forum will benefit from priority attendance. To join CCVS check out this link.

Please note that by registering for this course you agree to abide by the CCVS cancellation policy. 

If you have any questions, please contact us

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