Anti-Racism Training

Anti-Racism Training

At Democracy in Colour, we run bespoke trainings for organisations and as interventions in key moments in society – such as our bystander intervention trainings in response to COVID-racism. To discuss training opportunities, please contact: marcella[at] 

The following workshops are run by our partner organisation, Hue. You can send an expression of interest in the below trainings using the form on this page. The team at Hue will contact you to book in your request. 

What do you know about Race & Racism?

The Trivia Challenge and Training Workshop 101

This is an engaging and interactive session designed to develop literacy, empathy, and understanding of race-related issues and identities, and improve safety and support for people of colour in your organisation, movement or place of work. It is appropriate for a range of knowledge levels and experiences, and creates a safe environment for real conversations about race and racism. We can adapt this workshop based on your industry. 

The workshop is designed based on strengths-based and peer to peer learning frameworks, to empower participants to come to understandings through facilitated discussions, and is run as a team trivia challenge.

Allyship in your workplace

Creating Change Together 202

This session is designed to take your staff and organisation to the next level. As a follow up to our What Do You Know About Race & Racism 101 training, this workshop converts your newly developed understanding of race and racism into practical skills that can be applied to your specific workplace setting. Using a combination of group work, role play, and personal reflection, this workshop develops capacity for solidarity, accountability and empowered change. The session is strengths-based, future oriented, and focused on skills and strategies, to turn the talk into action.

We also have a version of this workshop that approaches solidarity through a more intersectional lens, for organisations that have been working on inclusivity beyond racial justice.

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