Kick It Out can provide resources for events which support the organisation and the key messages of equality and inclusion.
Don't Hate, Educate - UK Youth Parliament
Following over 95,000 young people voting that tackling racism and racial discrimination as a priority issue; and Members of Youth Parliament voting to make this the national campaign during the 2015 House of Commons Sitting, the UK Youth Parliament will be working in their communities to reduce racism and racial discrimination through the Don’t Hate Educate campaign.
Kick It Out is working in partnership with UK Youth Parliament during the campaign to educate young people about the consequences of racial discrimination through a class session toolkit.
The toolkit provides young people with ideas and content on how to deliver an education session on the topic of racism.
To view the Don’t Hate Educate session toolkit, click here
#TakeAStand - BUCS
Sports teams should be encouraged to lead by example when it comes to challenging discrimination/ exclusion and promoting equality and diversity.
Kick It Out have teamed up with British Universities and College Sports (BUCS), the governing body for university sport in the United Kingdom, to develop an educational resource for university sports teams to engage with both organisations through the #TakeAStand campaign.
The resource includes campaigning and training ideas, educational information on challenging discrimination and celebrating diversity, as well as a sample session plan to deliver to teams and plenty more.
You can view the #TakeAStand booklet here.
National Football Museum - Trail Activity Booklet
This free trail will guide you around some significant moments in football history and challenge you to answer questions around equality and inclusion.
You can pick up your trail activity booklet for free at the museum reception or download it here.
#KlickItOut - Learning Activities
Along with support from partners including Twitter, Facebook, The Digital Trust, The FA, The Premier League, The English Football League and The PFA, the Klick It Out campaign sought to highlight the consequences of social media abuse and encourage positive action against discrimination online.
To support Klick It Out, this resource was produced to encourage learning about the campaign’s messages and inspire young people to consider issues around social media and discrimination.
Download the #KlickItOut educational resource here.