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The Umtapo Centre has provided anti-discrimination training to high schools and communities for the past three years under its Peace and Anti-Racism Education programme. Mott has supported this work for the past two years as one of the grants made to support various approaches to combating racism in schools. Over the next two years, the Umtapo Centre proposes to extend this training to all nine provincial departments of education; advocate to have this training incorporated into the school curriculum; establish youth centres to promote peace and anti-racism in six communities; produce three newsletters each year; and produce a documentary on the Peace and Anti-Racism Education programme. This grant will provide partial support for these activities and for an evaluation of the impact of the programme since its inception.
The Mott Foundation, through its Pathways Out of Poverty program, supports initiatives to engage individuals, particularly those from low-income neighborhoods, in identifying and taking action on their mutually held concerns.
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