Collingswood Community Trainings

Discrimination & Harassment Prevention - Collingswood Community Training
Community Training for Collingswood area residents offering a deep dive into anti-bias topics. Trainings proactively address discrimination and bias-based harassment by examining real-world situations. Each training will provide participants with practical strategies for preventing bias, harassment and discrimination.

Please note the virtual training sessions are offered by the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights in cooperation with the Borough of Collingswood and Collingswood School District. The training sessions below are being offered for Collingswood area residents. All are welcome.

Important Notice! Have you been the victim of a bias crime? This is a tip line for individuals who are the target of bias crimes. You can call toll-free at 1-800-277-BIAS (2427). Individuals may also Report Online
Collingswood students may report Harassment, Intimidation, or Bullying (HIB) incidents and find resources for reporting online here
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Strategies for Effective Bystander Intervention
Tuesday, June 11, 2024 from 1:30pm-3:30pm
Description: This interactive, virtual training explores the factors that influence bystander intervention and strategies for intervening effectively in response to bias and discrimination. Participants will investigate the cognitive and psychological processes that inhibit and encourage bystander intervention. Then, using case studies and interactive media, participants will be introduced to and practice research-based strategies for responding to explicit bias, “everyday” or casual forms of bias, and bias expressed in digital environments.

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Walking on Eggshells: Navigating the Language of Diversity
Thursday, June 27, 2024 from 6pm-8pm
A study by the organization, More in Common, shows that 80 percent of Americans believe “political correctness is a problem in our country.” Many people feel cynical about what they feel are the excesses of diversity culture. Yet bias incidents are on the rise in many communities, and talking about issues related to diversity is more important than ever. In this training, participants will explore current research on inclusive language and why it is an important part of dismantling bias. Through interactive exercises, participants will unpack current terminology related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and discuss strategies for using the “language of diversity” in ways that promote understanding rather than division.

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If you are interested in other training topics, please visit the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights training page here.