If you want to understand how to recognize and address hate group grooming and recruiting, this workshop is for you.
The Canadian Anti-Hate Network, in partnership with OSCA, is offering our members a workshop that will help us recognize and address hate ideologies and the pathways used for grooming and recruiting young people. This workshop will address signs, symbols and memes of hate movements, how to address common scenarios and defenses of students involved in these groups, and how to counter the rhetoric and prevent recruitment.
- Part 1: April 27th; from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
- Part 2: May 4th from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
NOTE: Participants are expected to attend both sessions
This workshop is designed and will be run by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, an independent, nonprofit organization made up of Canada’s leading experts and researchers on hate groups and hate crimes.
This workshop will be supported by a practical toolkit, provided to each attendee, along with one year of aftercare, in which CAN will answer questions and provide support for educators and staff dealing with incidents.
This workshop is free for OSCA Members and is limited to 40 participants. Spots will be first come, first served. Sign up today!