Racism, hate and extremism are important issues facing young people today. CAPE offers free training to frontline workers in NSW, aiming to enhance their skills to engage with young people who may be at risk of far-right extremism.
CAPE is supported by Multicultural NSW and led by All Together Now, in partnership with Youth Action, Macquarie University and the Challenging Racism Project at the University of Western Sydney.
As a frontline worker, this program will give you:
- Knowledge about far-right extremism – learn how to recognise worrying signs and behaviours.
- Communication skills – learn to address complex and controversial topics with young people.
- Skills supporting young people with complex needs – increase your confidence engaging with young people who may have racist views and/or are at risk of far-right extremism.
- Networks and relationships – build connections with other frontline workers and services.
- Updates and ongoing support – receive a quarterly update on far-right extremism and ongoing support from CAPE staff.
How to Apply
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact details (phone) and the date of training you would like to attend.
Please include a copy of your CV and in a few sentences explain why you would like to participate and what you hope to gain.
Applicants will be provided with venue details after registering.