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About STAR

Committed to Making a Difference

The STAR project, Stand Together Against Racism, is a 3 year collaboration among 4 partners from Spain, Italy, Bulgaria and Poland, with the aim to counter invisible racism and other form of intolerance in the every day lives of young people, as well the ones online, through preventive measures, youth work and non formal education. We plan to do it through sharing and upscalling their best practices (Lorca Libre from Cazalla on invisible racism and No hate Speech On line from Szansa).

 

Project is divided into 3 work packaged, where in the first one partners will share, evaluate and adapt the practices, in the second they will be tested by implementation of ToTs, workshop at schools, community meetings and summer camps. Finally in order to ensure the dissemination and sustainability of the project we will develop the manual with the best practices of the project, create a MOOC (Massive Online Open Course), and offer a mixture of local, national and international events – trainings and conferences to disseminate to the key actors in the field. Finally we plan to achieve the systematic change by bringing on board policy makers, having as associated partners 24 key stakeholders from local and regional authorities, schools and grass root organizations, who will be actively involved in all phases of the project.

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Main aim: The project aims to counter invisible racism and other form of intolerance in the every day lives of young people, as well the ones online, through preventive measures, youth work and non formal education.

Specific objectives:

  • To improve and upscale the practices developed around the concept of invisible racism, enrich them with the element of NO HATE SPEECH online, and test their effectiveness with young people.

  • To develop the manual and MOOC that will contain the tested practices on how to counter everyday racism and other forms of intolerance in the everyday life of young people.

  • To ensure the usage of the results by dissemination activities