We appreciate that all of us are at a different stage of the journey towards understanding and tolerance. This course is designed to help you to learn and improve your impact on the world around you, on your colleagues, friends, family and people you meet online.
Activist Luckie Alexander explains that we should treat all people with respect. Respect is key to ensuring safety and equal access for all people. At work, in social situations, with all people, no matter how they appear or identify. The use of language is one way that we can show respect.
This course aims to teach you some of the essential language that you need to understand important topics in our global society and treat people with respect.
Here at Intrepid English, we like to think of ourselves as a diverse team. We have teachers and students of all ages, races, socioeconomic backgrounds and views. Our teachers are members of a range of communities, including LGBTQ+ communities, we speak different languages, observe a variety of religions and have studied a vast array of subjects.
One thing that we all have in common is that we respect one another. This is a fundamental value that is shared by all Intrepid English Teachers and Students, and it’s what makes our Community so supportive and unique.
We have written this course, we have drawn on our own personal experiences, the experiences and knowledge of those around us and from experts in these fields. However, this course covers very personal and sensitive subject matter which is continually evolving and, in essence, may be rather controversial.
Therefore, if you have any questions about the course content, if you wish to add or correct anything, or would simply like to give your feedback on the course, we wholeheartedly welcome you to contact us.
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