Master of Equality (ME) in Anti-Racism & Allyship to the Global Majority

Introduction To The Program

Explore the introductory module to the Master of Equality in Anti-Racism & Allyship to the Global Majority to understand why this work is still needed in the world and how you can play a role in its success.

An Introduction To The Program

In the introduction to the program, you’ll explore the mindset and motivation behind the drive for equality and the need to be not just ‘not racist’ but to be actively anti-racist…and where you currently are on the path, personally and professionally. In this introductory module, you’ll explore the following themes and topics… 

A red shield with the text: The Business Case vs The Human Case
An orange shield with the text: Why Many People Don't Want To Be Anti-Racist
A yellow shield with the text: The Benefits Of Anti-Racism (For Everyone)
A green shield with the text: What Anti-Racism Looks Like  (And What It Doesn't Look Like)
A blue shield with text: Where You Are On The Scale of Racist to Anti-Racist?

Core Reading & Resource List

These are the core materials for the module; early preparation is recommended if possible. Additional resources are shared within the module contents.

Book cover for the book, I'm Tired of Racism. Depicts a crying Black face with the title of the book in white.
Book cover for the book: The Wake Up by Michelle MiJung Kim. The words "The Wake Up" on a black background.

How The Program & Modules Work

Module Duration

Access to the modules you register for is for 12 months from the date you register. The modules are self-paced and we recommend you work through them at a pace which allows deep reflection, engagement and time to process and integrate your learnings and any changes you choose to make. We expect this introductory module to take around 7-10 hours to complete.

Module Format​

As soon as the module contents is released, you’ll be invited to create an account on our learning platform and invited on to our virtual (2D) campus, as a guest (all full fee-paying modules – excluding this introductory module – will receive full access to our virtual campus for 12 months). All of our online learning resources will be accessible via any web browser with an internet connection and will include the following formats:

  • Clickable online images.
  • Video & audio resources.
  • Interactive quizzes. 
  • Text-based resources.

We also highly recommend you access the module reading & resources list which is typically a selection of reading material in various formats. This is not mandatory but will help deepen, broaden and enrich your understanding and experience of a module. 

Module Support & Community

All students – of any module including this introductory module – will have access to our online community space while you work through the module(s). We also highly recommend joining one or more of our Associations for additional resources and live support during your learning journey. 

Pre-Registration: Open Now…

Pre-Register For This Module Today

This module is free for you to experience or you may choose to contribute an amount that feels comfortable to and reflective of the value to you. Receive access to the module contents as soon as this is released at the end of October 2022.

Questions Answered

When will the module contents be released?

The contents for this introductory module will be released and available at the end of October, 2022. 

How long does it take to complete a module?

Each full module is designed to be self-paced; if you worked on a module full time, we would expect it to take you about a week (20-30 hours) to complete. We expect this introductory module to take between 7-10 hours to complete.

Is there any live support for the program?

We provide live personal support on your journey to anti-racism via the Anti-Racist Leaders Association (at an additional cost). As a paying Masters of Equality student, you will also receive an invite to join our virtual 2D community campus space, to meet fellow students and join guest lectures and additional live sessions throughout your program. As a student of this introductory module, you’ll receive guest access to our virtual campus (this link provides access to the campus for 2 hours at a time).

Is there an exam?

No, there is no exam. There are numerous challenges and activities throughout the modules however which you will need to complete successfully before progressing to the next part of the module. These are designed to check your ability to identify, challenge, resolve and design better for racism. These challenges take place in our 2D or 3D (3D launching in 2023) learning environments.

You’ll receive a certificate of completion when you’ve completed each section (of 3 modules) and a certificate for your Master of Equality (ME) upon successful completion of all 12 modules, plus this introduction module. 

Is this certified? Is it a ‘real’ Masters qualification?

No, it is not though we are working on certifying our programs through a variety of certification providers because we know some people value these. The real measure and true test however is the achievement of equity and equality in more workplaces around the world and the existence of more leaders who do less/no harm and understand how to repair, recover and keep doing better. No certification or qualification can ‘prove’ or demonstrate this. 

Pre-Registration: Open Now…

Pre-Register For This Module Today

This module is free for you to experience or you may choose to contribute an amount that feels comfortable to and reflective of the value to you. Receive access to the module contents as soon as this is released at the end of October 2022.

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