As part of National Hate Crime Awareness Week 2019, BMS Democracy, Hidayah LGBT and Met Police North Area BCU are working in collaboration to hold a Round-table discussion about the Inclusive Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) input into the school curriculum.
Due to the successful 4 part roundtable collaboration with Hidayah LGBT+ in 2019 (as part of the ‘Supporting Minority Muslims’ campaign), the MET police North Area BCU reached out to recreate the roundtables, this time to a limited number of applicants from the Haringey and Enfield areas in London.
We are looking for participants from all demographics of our communities to discuss the impending changes in the curriculum, proposed materials and what education or lack of education about our communities feels like. This one off roundtable discussion will be held during Hate Crime Awareness week so that we can amplify the voices of minority communities that disproportionately experience hate crime.
The roundtable will be taking place on Wednesday, 16th of October at Tottenham Town Hall. For more information and to reserve your place, please visit the Eventbrite page.
The BMSDemocracy Team