A resource for primary school teachers to help tackle the topic of racism, using insights from Jewish teaching and experience. This publication examines ways of combating stereotyping and racism and will help educate young people about immigration, asylum seekers and refugees.
Pupils explore their own identities and roots, then look at why people move, what it’s like to be ‘different’, Britain as a multicultural society, issues of stereotyping and prejudice, and what they can do personally and in their community.
PublisherJewish Council for Racial Equality
- Book (£15)
- No. of pages: 125
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