The videoed murder of George Floyd together with the COVID-19 pandemic have thrust many of us into the lived reality of people of colour when it comes to the violence of white supremacy. With the struggle for racial justice and racial equality displayed all around us, the imperative for anti-racism is perhaps clearer than ever.

At Race Reflections, we embrace the following definition of anti-racism:

‘Anti-racism is the active process of identifying and eliminating racism by changing systems, organisational structures, policies and practices and attitudes, so that power is redistributed and shared equitably.” (International Perspectives: Women and Global Solidarity).

Race inequalities remain stark in most sectors of activity. The evidence base concerning the adverse mental (and physical) health impact of racism is solid. Racism  has also been linked to poor staff retention, absenteeism, conflict and disharmony.

Further, increasing evidence suggests that anti-black police brutality anywhere in the world, can have far reaching effects and activate trauma and grief responses including intergenerational wounds in black groups and groups of colour which can affect work dynamics and experiences. The legacy of colonialism, imperialism and slavery is alive and well.

Unsurprisingly charges of institutional racism, of complicity and accusations that most institutions are agents of whiteness that maintain the status-quo continue to be made. At Race Reflections we believe that all institutions have an important role to play in the struggle for racial equality, justice and, resistance.

However, to fulfil this potential a firm grounding and commitment to social justice and anti-racism is necessary, this is what the present training course offers.


The course will cover;

*The different forms of racism, including institutional racism


*The impact of racism

*Intersectionality and intersectional violence

*Challenges to forging an anti-racist identity

*Leadership, social justice and anti-racism

*Anti-racist strategies and methods

*Action planning


This is a full-day training course which is interactive, uses various methods and requires participants’ reflective and reflexive engagement (with both head and heart).

As all courses delivered by Race Reflections, our Anti-racism course is challenging. For this reason, our preference is a face to face delivery. Due to COVID-19, we are however not at present delivering face to face training, unless social distancing can be practised within the training venue.


Our standard price for our anti-racism course is £3500* for up to 50 attendees (we do not recommend larger groups).

*Price includes delivery and all preparation but excludes travel and expenses. 

Optional follow-up

We recommend if budget allows, a follow-up session to review impact and actions carried out following the main training delivery. This is because in our experience this assists with engagement and commitment. It also allows a forum to share challenges and learning to date. The follow up may be carried out online and, we recommend, in smaller groups. We would be happy to discuss options with you, please get in touch.  The price of the follow up is additional and not included in the current pricing.


We expect that an online version of the course will be available in early 2021 via ACADEMY. Do get in touch if interested.


To arrange an informal conversation about anti-racism and better understand why the programme is essential for all mental health trust, training institutions and charities, please contact us. We are taking bookings this August at the introductory price of £2100.

All those registered will receive a FREE invitation to a WEBINAR on anti-racism and leadership to take place this summer. Get in touch NOW!




Aug 01 - 30 2020


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