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NOVEMBER

In this Introduction to Anti-Racism session, social change consultant and trainer Erfan Daliri will unpack the social construct of race, discuss how it was created and touch on its historical and current implications.

Once we understand the 'constructed nature of race' we can then take a more informed look at the Anatomy of Racism and understand the ways in which it shows up in our world, and how we can undo it.

This session is a brief introduction to Erfan's 8-module training course, Racial Justice 101.

For audiences in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, please note this event is at 4pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time!

This is a free, live webinar via ZOOM.

Please RSVP and check your emails (including your junk mail folder) for the auto response email containing the ZOOM details.

This session is limited to 100 places only.

Erfan Daliri is a social change educator and consultant with a Master’s degree in Communication for Social Change and 20 years of experience in wide variety of relevant sectors.

His team of researchers and trainers are passionate about empowering you to create the positive social change you want, at whatever stage you are at.

Find out more about Erfan's anti-racism training and consultancy services. 

Go to www.erfandaliri.com/racial-justice-101

 

 

SUN

08

NOVEMBER
4:00pm - 5:30pm
WHERE
Online via ZOOM
Hobart, TAS 7000
Australia
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Sarah Pember ·
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Maia Tua-Davidson Hannah Millar Lisa McKay Tim Kanjere Bridget Muir Sebastian Flynn Sebastian & Hermina Flynn Miriam Latif Serge Najarian Mickey Seal Suhasini S Donna Baines Kj McCOy Scarlet Barnett Ana Tiwary Nicole Quittner Morwen Rossiter Tina Ziebarth Anna Nov Lee Banfield Sally Sievers Mira Grinsfelder Naomi B Elle Morrell Mishayla Buhmann Izabela Lisiecka Sarah Sinclair Jenny Ryan Mariana Cortes Shannon Nicholson Adele Van der Winden Claire McKendrick Luke Reade Katrina Swan Erin Young Giti Haddadan Jacqui Wagar Elizabeth Borland Liam Tran Hannah Starr Carmen Ceniza Koji Nakayama Tony Ninasivinche Ishara Sahama Brittany Thomas Jade Fraser Julia Danher Maria San Gabriel
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8-11-2020 16:00:00 8-11-2020 17:30:00 Australia/Brisbane Introduction to Anti-Racism, a Webinar with Erfan Daliri In this Introduction to Anti-Racism session, social change consultant and trainer Erfan Daliri will unpack the social construct of race, discuss how it was created and touch on its historical and current implications. Once we understand the 'constructed nature of race' we can then take a more informed look at the Anatomy of Racism and understand the ways in which it shows up in our world, and how we can undo it. This session is a brief introduction to Erfan's 8-module training course, Racial Justice 101. For audiences in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia, please note this event is at 4pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time! This is a free, live webinar via ZOOM. Please RSVP and check your emails (including your junk mail folder) for the auto response email containing the ZOOM details. This session is limited to 100 places only. Erfan Daliri is a social change educator and consultant with a Master’s degree in Communication for Social Change and 20 years of experience in wide variety of relevant sectors. His team of researchers and trainers are passionate about empowering you to create the positive social change you want, at whatever stage you are at. Find out more about Erfan's anti-racism training and consultancy services.  Go to www.erfandaliri.com/racial-justice-101     Hobart, TAS 7000, Australia Sarah Pember [email protected]
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Maia Tua-Davidson
Hannah Millar
Lisa McKay
Tim Kanjere
Bridget Muir
Sebastian Flynn
Sebastian & Hermina Flynn
Miriam Latif
Serge Najarian
Mickey Seal
Suhasini S
Donna Baines
Kj McCOy
Scarlet Barnett
Ana Tiwary
Nicole Quittner
Morwen Rossiter
Tina Ziebarth
Anna Nov
Lee Banfield
Sally Sievers
Mira Grinsfelder
Naomi B
Elle Morrell
Mishayla Buhmann
Izabela Lisiecka
Sarah Sinclair
Jenny Ryan
Mariana Cortes
Shannon Nicholson

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