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Check out our previous Workshops and Events below!

Our educational workshops are always open to the public, fully interactive and inclusive.

To supplement our mission, we also provide lesson-plan ideas, activities and resources for you to use in your classroom!

To be part of our upcoming and future workshops and for access to our resources and activities in your classroom, join our growing community of patrons!

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November 21, 2021

Are you having a hard time transitioning into your new role, and advocating for yourself as an educator? Are you finding it difficult adapting to Spanish culture and putting your anti-racism into practice? Do you want to learn how to challenge microaggressions, stereotypes and discrimination in your classroom?

This interactive workshop offers all educators a collective learning space and an opportunity to learn how to adapt into Spanish education system, advocate for anti-racist and anti-bias teaching, and show up for your local community in Madrid. 

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February 14, 2021

Calling all Social Justice Sweethearts! Valentine’s Day is the day of loving, but have you learned to love yourself first? As educators we have a responsibility to promote our student’s self-esteem and foster an environment of body positivity that is free from discrimination.

Our workshops are a great opportunity to meet fellow educators who are passionate about social justice in the classroom and creating safe spaces for their students.


June 11, 2020

How can we take educational strategies beyond the classroom to combat anti-Blackness and police violence? The Black Lives Matter movement is a fundamentally intersectional campaign combatting systematic violence against the global Black community. 

Intersect Madrid believes now to be an ideal time for each individual to bring out their inner educator and find ways to inform others about this crucial movement and its impact on communities worldwide.

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May 28, 2020

The global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated a global current of anti-Asian xenophobia, specifically toward the Chinese community. In this historic moment, we believe it is important to discuss the various battles faced by the Chinese community in Spain, from streets to schoolrooms.

In this virtual Q&A, we speak with Xirou Xiao and Yue Fu, two cofounders of Liwai an organization focused on intercultural mediation for the Chinese migrant community in Madrid, regarding the cultural history of the Chinese community in Spain and anti-Chinese discrimination in the classroom.

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Feb 22, 2020

As Carnival approaches each year, how do you confront the issue of blackface as a teacher? How do you talk about cultures of racism to children? How do you deconstruct the myth that blackface is solely an 'American problem’?

Intersect Madrid invites you to attend an interactive workshop that aims to equip you with some tools to help challenge acts of discrimination committed by students, fellow teachers, or colleagues. As well as provided you with resources and information to better address this in the classroom with students.


Feb 1, 2020

We know it has become trendy to call yourself a ‘feminist’ in recent times, and rightly so! However, with International Women’s Day approaching in March, what better way to kick off this year’s intersectional justice workshops than to discuss all things intersectional feminism in the classroom. Within this interactive workshop, we will share ideas and discourse surrounding intersectional feminism in Spain.

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Nov 27, 2019

It's always a salient to time to think about the intersection of religion and education.
What effect does the dominance of Christianity in Western society have on students of diverse religious backgrounds, and how does this dominance enact itself in Spanish schools? How might we imagine classrooms in which a variety of religious backgrounds are uplifted and celebrated, and students feel comfortable expressing their religious beliefs? And how can we use lesson plans on religion to open larger discussions surrounding anti-Semitism and Islamophobia?

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Oct 24, 2019

Have you ever wondered how discrimination manifests in the Spanish language? You've probably heard many phrases and words before that have made you stop and think, but what impact do they have, and what communities in Spain and beyond are fighting to change their usage?


Past Events 


Cultivating LGBT+ Allyship in Schools | May 29, 2019
Challenging Colleagues on Discrimination | April 24, 2019
Challenging Blackface in the Classroom | March 9, 2019
Challenging Racism and Discrimination in the Classroom | October 30, 2018

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