Sat, 28 Mar | Floor 2, Central City Library

Otherising: Considering the underpinnings of colonial and racist power and privilege.

People will be encouraged to develop proactive responses to addressing white power and privilege to work towards a diversity based on respect.
Registration is Closed
Otherising: Considering the underpinnings of colonial and racist power and privilege.

Time & Location

28 Mar 2020, 10:15 am – 12:30 pm
Floor 2, Central City Library, Lorne Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland 1010, New Zealand

About the Event

 

This is a participatory workshop in which people will be invited to explore the ideologies and processes whereby people are ‘otherised’ in relation to colonialism and racism. Being labelled and treated as ‘other’ than the dominant group both justifies and reinforces white privilege and power. 

The purpose of the workshop is to enable participants to articulate and deepen their own understanding of some of the mechanisms and effects of colonialism and racism in Aotearoa New Zealand. People will also be encouraged to develop proactive responses to addressing white power and privilege, and to work towards a rich diversity based on honesty, respect and action. 

  

RSVP for organising purposes: It would help if you could RSVP to education@kotare.org.nz by Thurs 26 March if you are planning to attend – thanks!

Registration is Closed

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