The No Place for Hate® Initiative is offered to public, private, parochial, and charter schools.  The flexibility of the initiative’s framework makes it a great option for Elementary, K-8, Middle and High Schools alike. The 2016-2017 school year will mark the 5th year for No Place for Hate with ADL Arizona and we intend to serve up to 50 school partners.

2016-17 No Place for Hate Registration is Now Open! Click here to secure your spot.  

Note to New Schools: if you’ve not yet consulted with ADL staff, please call Education Director, Melia Dunn at 602-274-1545 before you register.  We’re thrilled to have you and want to set you up for success!

 No Place for Hate is designed to rally the entire school around the goal of creating a welcoming community committed to stopping all forms of bias and bullying. It provides a unique framework to incorporate new and existing programs with one consistent message. It can help your school foster a culture of respect and create a safe, bully-free learning environment for students at all grade levels.  The Initiative celebrates that diversity and offers a unique opportunity to prepare young people to succeed in a rapidly changing world.  

Annual Designation Process:  Step-by-Step Overview

Congratulations to our 21 designated partners in 2015-16!  We are so proud to work with you in creating safe, respectful and inclusive schools!

To learn more, please call ADL Arizona Education Director, Melia Dunn at 602-274-1545 or via email mdunn@adl.org.
 
PLUS – Check  out our Anti-bias or Bullying/Cyberbullying workshops as excellent skill-building options for your No Place for Hate® Student Coalitions.

Since 2001 when the Initiative launched in Boston, No Place for Hate® has been embraced by more than 1500 schools across the country.  Participants are noticing a real impact on their school climate. The schools that benefit most from this program make it visible and incorporate its message of respect into the fabric of daily school life and school culture. No Place for Hate® becomes, as one teacher describes, “The way we do things here.”