This essential guide aims to offer some practical guidelines for those who want to challenge discrimination and ensure an equal start for every child. It contains: a range of training and awareness-raising exercises for adults working with young children; examples of children's activities providing opportunities for children to think and reflect on their experiences of differences in relation to ethnicity, disability and gender; and, information about useful organisations and resources to support anti-bias practice to suit the need of children and the communities they live in.
Introduction 7 Section 1: Why the anti-bias approach? 9 Section 2: Practical anti-bias training for childcare workers 13 i Getting started 14 ii How children learn about difference 19 iii Positive images 21 iv The home corner 23 v Books and story-telling 26 vi Responding to bias 29 vii Equality statements for discussion 34 Section 3: Creating an anti-bias environment 35 Section 4: More anti-bias activities for children 39 Section 5: Conclusions 45 Section 6: Glossary, further reading, suppliers and contacts 47 Glossary 48 Further reading 50 Suppliers and contacts 53
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