The World Sessions
A series of free informative and inspiring sessions on the subjects of equality, diversity, inclusion, human rights and of course visual arts.
An amazing and useful series of Equality, Diversity, Inclusion and Human Rights Sessions delivered by Dr Tony Malone, artist and human rights campaigner.
To sign up for details on these FREE sessions please join the mailing list option on the home page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org giving us permission to add you to our invite and mailing list.
All sessions are delivered online using Zoom.
June 30: Models of Disability
How the Social Model of Disability meets the United Nation SDG Goals.
July 21: Empowering Youth Diversity (New Date)
Exploring the Intersectionality of young people to use shared themes for positive social change.
July 28: Achieving creativity.
Using art and the UN Sustainable Development Goals to enable and develop community change and personal health.
August 4: Rights in Cities: Modern Slavery
Discussing contemporary incarnations of slavery within 21st Century cities, what is the impact of our human rights for future generations?
August 18: Changing the world for 6 year olds
The role young people can play in changing the world and exploring peaceful activism.
September 1: Happiness as a tool for peace.
Exploring how dialogue moves us into creative and happier spaces and what this could mean for equality.
September 15: Intersectionality of faith.
Looking at how intersectionality considerations affect our concepts of faith communities.
September 29: Why we need to stop talking about unconscious bias.
Has unconscious bias in organisations and people become a more acceptable label than institutional racism, homophobia or similar terms? Is it time to retire the concept as the world moves forward.
Why the 'World Sessions'?
For over 25 Tony has been an artist, an activist and a respected voice on how we can create a better world by empowering others. His artwork and campaign work seamlessly compliment one another to be able to share the view points of others as well as his own. These sessions are free and simply require signing up to our mailing list to get the invites. All are welcome.
May 2020: Using the UNHCR Refugee Portal in Scouting
June 2020: The language of Human Rights
June 2020: DIsability, Social Model and the Un Sustainable Development Goals