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Welcome to the GEPARD training on Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion, specifically focusing on the unit dedicated to Discrimination. In this unit, we delve into three key sections designed to enhance your understanding and practical application of these concepts. Firstly, we will define and explore the various facets of discrimination. Next, we'll introduce the EU Racial Equality Directive, shedding light on its significance and implications. The third section employs hands-on activities, allowing you to navigate real-life scenarios through a conflict resolution approach. 

Throughout the training, we leverage multimedia resources, including videos and supplementary reading material, such as the European Commission's insightful document on the limits and potential of indirect discrimination. Ensure to delve into at least Part I of this resource for a comprehensive understanding. The scenarios provided, coupled with notes on conflict resolution, serve as practical tools to hone your skills in resolving diversity-related issues.


  • This unit is based on three sections: i) introducing and defining discrimination, ii) introducing the EU Racial Equality Directive and iii) the use of hands-on activities in resolving the scenarios through the conflict resolution approach. Use the presentation to assist you in the flow of the delivery
  • These concepts are reinforced through use of video and further reading: Limits and potential of the concept of indirect discrimination by the European Commission. It is essential that you read at least Part I. You are welcome to read the document in its entirety to complete the picture.
  • Use the scenarios and the notes on conflict resolution to help the development of basic resolution skills

LO1: learners can understand the meaning of discrimination
LO2: learners can identify and recognise different forms of discrimination
LO3: learners are aware of the EU Racial Equality Directive
LO4: learners can learn the skills of conflict resolution
LO5: learners can resist different forms of discrimination by applying the principles of conflict resolution to find a peaceful solution
LO6: understand the meaning of equality and equity