Ulster University Belfast Campus
15th March: 5.15pm – 6.45pm (doors 5.00pm)
Join us as we step inside real-life cases of racist hate crime and discrimination to understand the roles we play in these moments. What would you do if you witnessed or experienced racism? What more can be done?
This workshop draws on cases of racist violence and discrimination collected by researchers from Ulster University and Queens’ University Belfast across the island of Ireland. Using the stories of those targeted by racism and witnesses to it, we invite participation from the audience to experience the roles of victim, perpetrator and witness in these moments of crisis, and ask what more can we do to stop racism.
Audience members of all ages 15+ are invited to attend and participate, and to lend their own stories if they wish.
The event is hosted by Dr Lucy Michael and Dr Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley of Ulster University, and Dr Fiona Murphy of Queens University Belfast.