Social justice and diversity has proven itself as an anti-discrimination, inclusion and participation concept and is now applied in many fields. The discrimination-critical approach is about the possibility of understanding structural discrimination as an interaction of individual, institutional and cultural discrimination practices, reflecting on stereotypes and one's own interconnectedness and professionally developing options for action against any form of discrimination.
Social Justice and Diversity Training
10 ECTS points
Work experience, studies
Recognised in Brandenburg and Berlin
At a glance
Participants gain the qualification to conduct social justice and diversity trainings according to the training concept "Social Justice and Diversity". At the same time, they learn to apply elements of the training in their (professional) contexts.
Interested persons and multipliers who want to work professionally for non-discriminatory interaction between people.
Basics of training:
What role does social origin play?
We know each other and yet we do not know each other?
How deeply are stereotypes and fantasies about "others" anchored in culture, using anti-Semitism as an example?
What does racism mean and how do the "others" come into being?
What roles do norms of body and health play and what images are attached to them?
How do children become girls and boys, girls become women and boys become men, and are there only two genders?
Adultism (children and young people), older people: How are children treated and how are older people treated?
What strategies and options for action are there against structural discrimination?