As a leading provider of anti-bias education through the A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute, the Anti-Defamation League recognizes that attitudes and beliefs affect actions, and that each of us can have an impact on others, and ultimately on the world in which we live.

ADL’s customizable, interactive training programs are used by schools, universities, corporations, law enforcement agencies and community organizations throughout the United States and abroad. The Institute’s training modules and standards-based classroom curricula incorporate the latest research from the education field. Please explore the options below to see how ADL educates about bias, bullying and hate throughout New York and Northern New Jersey.

 

 

A CLASSROOM OF DIFFERENCE™ offers anti-bias training programs for pre-K through 12th grade school communities – educators, administrators, youth and families- which focus on the development of an inclusive culture and respectful school climate by addressing issues of bias and bullying.

 

 

 

A CAMPUS OF DIFFERENCE™  is a leading provider in anti-bias training and resources for college and university campuses. Together, campus leaders explore the impact of bias and discrimination on individuals and on the entire campus climate, and learn strategies to challenge hate on campus. Workshops help establish more welcoming, inclusive and diverse environments where young adults have true opportunities to reach for their fullest potential as global citizens and leaders of tomorrow.

 

 

A WORKPLACE OF DIFFERENCE® is designed by experienced human relations specialists for corporations, small businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and professional groups who face the challenges of satisfying a changing customer base while managing a diverse workforce. Creating and managing a diverse workplace is a business imperative for organizations that seek to be competitive, productive and successful in today’s global marketplace.

 

 

A COMMUNITY OF DIFFERENCE™ offers social service workers, volunteers and staffs of community organizations – as well as civic leaders – skills and strategies to work together more effectively.

 

 

 

 

ADL Curricular Resources provide understandings of diverse perspectives, strengthen critical thinking skills, challenge the development of emerging biases, and build skills and motivation to take action against injustice.