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Anti-hate training available
Updated: October 25, 2012 at 7:20 pm
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Campus Pride, a non-profit that works toward equality and safety for students on college campuses, has shared that its “Stop The Hate Training for Trainers” program is available for campuses nationwide.
Over a period of three days and approximately 18-20 hours of training time, subject matter experts help each participant become skilled on 12 different training modules to implement in combination or as separate workshops and seminars. Campus officials can obtain the tools to empower their campus to create effective prevention and response programs to ensure community safety with which students can learn and staffs are able to work.
The program was developed in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League, Association of College Unions International, Campus Pride, The Southern Poverty Law Center, Wilbron Institute, Matthew Shepard Foundation, the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence and the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention.
For more information on hosting and pricing, call 888-537-4463, ext 2, email email@example.com or visit stopthehate.org.
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