From a School Without Racism, to a world without racism
School Without Racism (SWR) is a grassroots project initiated and coordinated by young students themselves, in which the population of a school votes to position itself actively against racism. When at least 60% of the student population has signed the “declaration against racism” or “the Call”, the school receives SWR status.
Once the honourable SWR shield is displayed at the main entrance, the school maintains its status by organising activities that are focused on tolerance, respect and combating discrimination.
In this leaflet you can find some information, with a step-by-step guide, about how you can start making your school a “School Without Racism”.