Registration now open for the Stop the Hate Train the Trainer program in Charlotte, NC, March 18-20, 2013
Program to educate on hate crimes and bias incidents on college campus communities, including prevention efforts. REGISTER NOW.
Stop The Hate, a program of Campus Pride, will host its “Train the Trainer” program in Charlotte, North Carolina, March 18-20, 2013, and registration is now available. Campus Pride is a national organization based in Charlotte and is hosting the premier bias and hate crime prevention program locally to benefit the Carolinas and the surrounding region. During the program, trainers will help students, faculty and staff learn how to prevent and combat bias and hate crimes on campus. Bias incidents and hate crimes are a prevalent, growing issue at colleges and universities across the United States, including the Carolinas.
Stop The Hate’s “Train The Trainer” program allows top administrators, student affairs professionals, faculty and students to learn new innovative tools to take action on hate crimes and bias-motivated violence issues on his/her campus. The only resource of its kind specifically for college campuses, the Stop The Hate 250+ page premiere training manual and three day, 18-20 hour “Train The Trainer” 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, Napa Valley College Criminal Justice Training Center and the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence.
Visit www.stophate.org for more information. Limited scholarships are available for students, faculty, staff and administrators from Charlotte-area colleges thanks to the Charlotte Lesbian and Gay Fund.