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Background of LIR Anti Racism Training and Education Programme:

LIR Anti-Racism Training and Education Programme was establish in 1998 as providers of equality and diversity training. The programme was developed by community, statutory and voluntary organisations in South West Inner City because of an emerging need to promote understanding of an increasingly diverse local community. Over the course of the past years, we have evolved into a national training organisation.  The Board of LIR comprises of representatives from the Community, Voluntary and Satutory sector.

Interculturalism:
Our team has experience working in development projects in Africa and have 1st hand experience of the circumstances many asylum seekers are attempting to flee.  All of our associates who deliver LIR’s training programme are qualified facilitators, experienced in the areas of immigration, race-relations and discrimination.

Community Development:
Our team has experience working in Community Development in Ireland.  We have worked closely with Community Development projects throughout the country, supporting them to promote social inclusion and improvements in policies and practices.
Our clients are among groups from across the statutory and non-statutory sectors including; Dublin City Council, Health Services Executive, St Vincent De Paul and the Mandate trade union. We have also delivered training to a number of community groups and CE Schemes.  

Standards:
LIR Anti-racism Training and Education Programme is delivered by experienced and trained personnel using a community and development education approach. Modules can be modified to meet the needs of each client group.

LIR Anti-racism Training and Education programmes are delivered using a range of methodologies that promote discussion and interaction, including group discussions, role-play, creative brainstorming and experiential learning.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 April 2012 12:01