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Join us as we launch our new Anti-Racism Rubric and hear how one organisation took action on anti-racism.

In this final reframing of the narrative session of our series, we draw inspiration from  is inspired by Pledge 2 of our Anti-Racism Charter: 

“We will use our positions to challenge racism where we see it, think critically about the racist structures we unknowingly uphold, and dismantle them.”

Steph Makusive, National Programme Manager of the Black Swimming Association (BSA) Wales will be our guest speaker. BSA Wales’ mission is to diversify the world of aquatics. This non-profit organisation believes in taking action through education, advocacy and research aiming to achieve inclusion. Our time with Steph will leave you with insights and opportunities to learn from groups challenging racism.

This session will also offer you a first look at our anti-racism rubric designed in collaboration between Hub Cymru Africa and SSAP which provides an interactive and engaging tool to take practical steps on anti-racism. 

What is the Anti-Racism Rubric?

The anti-racism rubric is a self-assessment tool designed to facilitate learning, conversations, self-reflection and understanding for groups and charities looking to take action to tackle racism.

The rubric is an additional measure for groups or charities to review racial biases and practices. Our hope with this rubric is that you and your team learn to manage honest, difficult and open conversations about race with your partner organisations, volunteers or team.

We look forward to seeing you!

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