Our unique ‘Identity & Integration’ workshops can be delivered by the Media Cultured team or we can provide training and resources for your own staff  and trainers to deliver our workshops themselves.

One hour workshop

We have developed a one hour workshop which is a combination of video, discussion, demonstration, participation, activity and role play.

We have prepared all the learning materials and resources, including a video, which can be facilitated by a tutor, trainer or mentor.

Train the trainer

We further provide bespoke “train the trainer” sessions for up to 16 people in the same organisation or for up to 24 attendees from various institutions, schools or companies. These packages includes learning materials, teaching plans and a licence to use our resource an unlimited number of times during a 12 month term.

10 schools 1 day.. 
Training session Cleveland Police 
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Local kids waiting to do a player walk out for Middlesbrough FC Vs Everton.
Local kids waiting to do a player walk out for Middlesbrough FC Vs Everton.
Our work is dedicated to all the people around the world who have lost those dear to them as a result of ignorance, hate and violence. 

Let there be change!
Making the world a better place!!! 

Our first Identity & Integration 'train the trainer' session delivered to teachers and staff at Middlesbrough College. 
They will now roll out the workshop as part of the 'Skills 21' programme the college provide - targeting over 2500 students in the months and years ahead.
Identity & Integration workshop with Middlesbrough FC! 
Tackling racism/Islamophobia in football/society. 
The first football club! 
Boro FC setting standards!
#We're All One
#It's TIME To Change The World 
Tolerance | Integration | Media | Education
GOVERNMENT terrorism expert Lord Carlile this week backed a Middlesbrough based 'social cohesion' programme and spoke on the need to prevent extremism becoming ‘endemic’ in society.

On a visit to Middlesbrough Lord Carlile of Berriew, a member of the National Prevent Oversight Board (which aims to prevent violent extremism) and the government’s independent reviewer of terrorism legislation from 2001 to 2011, spoke on the need for such programmes across the UK.

Lord Carlile observed an 'Identity and Integration' workshop which was developed by Media Cultured, a social enterprise set up with support from Teesside University, and delivered to Redcar and Cleveland College students.

He stated: “Counter extremist measures such as the work I’ve seen run by Media Cultured today should be put in place across the UK.

“If we don’t tackle extremism at street and community level then it will become a serious and endemic problem in society.

“We have to start with young people. Young people have to understand that violent extremism is not a part of the society in which we live. British people don’t do it and that of course includes British Muslims who are as British as anyone else.

“I’ve been very impressed by the programme that’s been done to deal with radicalisation here in Middlesbrough.

“The National Prevent Oversight Board has the aim of preventing violent extremism. Examples of good practice, for example here in Middlesbrough, and examples of bad practice - which I’ve seen in other places - inform government and local government as to what should be done.

“Teesside University is supporting a very important initiative and those running this initiative are setting an example for the whole country.”

Also attending the workshop were representatives from Middlesbrough Council and Cleveland Police.

Amjid Khazir founded Media Cultured to improve social cohesion with support from a Teesside University DigitalCity Fellowship.

He said: “The workshops we deliver with Media Cultured
With the inspirational guys from the Abu Hanifa Foundation in Blackburn.
Looking forward to working together in the coming months. Together we will roll out our workshops in the North west of England.
Such great people and so passionate!
'train the trainer' session Sunderland Bangladesh International Centre
Today we are with 
Show Racism The Red Card! 
at Middlesbrough FC! 
Brilliant Day! 
Inspirational people.
A @MFCFoundation Cultural Awareness and Social Inclusion session delivered by Media Cultured and attended by @AndyMcDonaldMP. 
Great to have such brilliant support.
Shoulder to Shoulder with @CrestNE .. Promoting #inclusion DEFEATING #racism  with #media #education and #keypartners
NGO capacity building, management, coalition workshop in Washington DC!
Truly blessed to have met and worked with such passionate and talented people.
Identity & Integration workshop @ #TTE 
(Teesside Training Enterprises) 
Trainer the trainer sessions and provisions for delivery to young people aiming to work abroad and make positive social impacts at home! 
#Inclusion #diversity #sharedvalues #education
Inclusion & Diversity in the community! 
Our #workshop with  #ramsdenscash sponsored by #Boro ... 

Great meeting with Alex White of the 
#PremierLeague . 
Exploring collaborative opps on 
#inclusion #diversity #antiracism #cohesion #training #workshops
Working with schools to tackle #racism , #Islamophobia #anti-semitism and  #radicalisation. 
Fantastic #workshop at
@BedeAcadamy in Blyth
#socent #Grassroots
Schools from across Teesside taking part in our groundbreaking training.. 
Safe Spaces For Discussion anyone?
#Identity #Integration #values
Kids from Natural Progression Boxing Academy
Kids from Abu Bakr Mosque taking part in a stadium tour.
Local kids waiting to do a player walk out for Middlesbrough FC Vs Everton.
Day 1 - Full house @hpoolsfc talking #equality #integration #Identity on #MLKDay to tackle #Racism #radicalisation #Islamophobia
Some pics from our #workshop with the Premier League! 

Promoting: #inclusion #diversity 
Tackling: #racism #radicalisation 

More info:
Media Cultured CIC 
Middlesbrough FC
Islamic Relief Worldwide

Supporting communities #HomeAndAway 
Yes #TogetherWeCan end poverty, the suffering of the displced, racism,  Islamophobia and the rest!

This approach gives our clients and partners the capacity and capability to roll out the programme within their own institution or organisation.

Our delivery models are designed to create maximum reach by offering an easy to use, affordable resource that can be delivered in house by peers not specialist equality and diversity trainers. Workshop participants understand the sources and dangers of misconceptions and prejudice that can lead to dehumanisation. (traditional and online)

Learners will understand the sources and dangers of misconceptions and prejudice. They will also identify misrepresentation and misinformation, confidently allowing them to assertively challenge racist and extremist ideology.

The workshops are particularly effective for:  Schools, colleges, universities, football clubs, prisons, call centres, factories and outreach practitioners.