Collage Arts is hosting an intercultural dialogue to share the learning from the HIT project

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Collage Arts is hosting an intercultural dialogue to share the learning from the HIT project – which developed campaigns designed by young people to stop hate speech being directed at migrants and asylum seekers. The Hate Interrupter Teams Creative Tool allows users to generate content, mainly based on storytelling and…

Does it make sense for schools to address anti-bullying from a single-issue perspective?

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Last week we learned that the government has not renewed its funding for the school’s LGBTQ+ anti-bullying programme. The press has shared moving and sensitive stories about bullying within schools of young people whose process of coming out has been met with peer hostility and institutional indifference. As a creative…

Hate Crime Awareness turned into action…

In Hate Crime Awareness Week, Haringey-based Collage Arts is pleased to announce that we will be working in partnership with Haringey Learning Partnership; Haringey Virtual School, St Thomas More Catholic School, Harris Tottenham Academy, Greig City Academy on Voices Against Hate. The programme that makes young people think about how they…