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Wed 22 Sep

Barnet & Culture for Youth: Members' Forum

Join mezze eade and Romana Flello from The RinD project for an introductory workshop on Anti-Racism in arts education settings. This session will explore language, practice, representation, resources, barriers, challenges and solutions and aims to kick start your commitment to embedding inclusive practice bespoke to you and in the contexts in which you are working. 

RinD, a London Theatre Consortium project, aims to address systemic imbalances in KS3, GCSE and A level drama, and support intersectional anti-racism work happening in UK schools, theatres and theatre companies. RinD promotes the study, directing and programming of plays by writers from the global majority. Global majority includes, but is not limited to, artists of African, North African, South Asian, South East Asian, East Asian, Caribbean, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Native American, Native Australian, Pacific Islanders, Roma and Traveller heritage or diaspora, and refers to people who have experienced racism due to the colour of their skin. 

The project will support schools, theatre and youth companies to embed anti-racism pedagogy in their practice, build the skills and confidence in teachers, facilitators and practitioners to teach and direct texts which represent the lived experience of their students and young people, and prepare young people to engage empathetically with Britain’s rich society of heritages and ethnicities. 

To book your place for this session, fill in this form. This session is for Barnet & Culture for Youth members. B&CY membership is free and open to schools, youth services and any organisations, individuals or artists working with young people in Barnet. Find out more about Barnet & Culture for Youth.  

Venue: join via Zoom

This session will take place on Zoom.

Here’s how to access the session: 

1. We’ll send you the Zoom ID and password 1 hour before the workshop via email. 
2. Make sure you have a device with Zoom downloaded and you’ve created a FREE account.
3. When it’s time for the workshop to start, log into your Zoom account, input the meeting ID and password, turn on your audio and video camera and wait in the ‘waiting room’ until the host lets you in.

Booking Info


This session is for B&CY Members and will take place on Zoom. 

To book your place, please fill in this form

You will receive a link to join the session via email, at least 1 hour before the start time. 

  • Wed 22 Sep 20214.00pm

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