E-STAR: MOOC to go deeper on invisible racism
In this course you will delve into the issue of “invisible racism” and how we can work on this issue in non-formal education youth work. This MOOC is part of the E-Star project, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme, in which partners from Italy, Norway, Hungary and Spain have researched this topic in order to find the right tools to deal with it and also the most useful approaches for youth workers.
During this course you will learn more about how racism is constructed on a societal level and how it affects people’s lives and rights.
Trainer and youth worker
Cazalla Intercultural – Spain
Trainer and project coordinator
Emberség Erejével – Hungary
Youth worker and project coordinator
Replay Network – Italy
Trainer and researcher
Terram Pacis- Norway
Sibisse Rodríguez graduated in Spanish Philology and in Literary Theory and Comparative Literature. She worked as a teacher, and then she moved to non formal education, where she work as a project coordinator and trainer in Cazalla Intercultural since 2016. She has developed training materials on the topics of gender equality, invisible racism, language learning and gamification. She is interested in using creative approaches, such as storytelling or games, to help young people to develop their competences.
Anna Siegler graduated in Social Psychology at the University of Pécs. Currently doing her PhD at PTE Doctoral School of Psychology in the field of school prevention and human rights education. She is an international project coordinator at Emberség Erejével, and an active volunteer at Amnesty International, bringing educational programs to students. She gained knowledge on conflict mediation, bullying prevention, the development of social-emotional competence, and reducing prejudice. Her work focuses on the development of non-formal education activities, gamification of learning processes, and transferring knowledge to teachers.
Gabriela David graduated in Communication Sciences and Intercultural communication at the University of Bucharest (Romania). Her interest in non-formal education and intercultural learning brought her to Rome (Italy). She continued her learning pathway with a 1 year European Voluntary Service project contributing to the development of local and international activities focused on European Awareness, Youth Participation and Cultural Diversity. She has been working with the association Replay Network aps since 2013 dealing with learning mobility, tools for learning and online multilingual learning platforms. Her work focuses on coordinating the impact assurance and communication of the learning actions addressing a variety of target groups: youth, adult, senior, volunteers, educators, migrants, the learning community.
Liv is a connector, communicator and creative mind. She combines a care for a social-ecological transformation and a passion for the arts. She is fascinated by group processes and how they can stimulate both personal growth and actionable steps which lead to a common goal. Liv is a Participatory Action Researcher, a trainer, and co-founder of Improlab working with contact dance, improvisation theater and storytelling. Liv studied Peace and Conflict Transformation at the university of Tromsø.