Nine students from St John Rigby College worked with Catholic Association for Racial Justice (CARJ) on paving the way for the future to have a grounding in anti-racism and become ethical leaders.
The programme required students to attend a series of lectures and be coached towards the planning and execution of a speech on racial justice.
They also met with Parliament UK on the topic, which ended with a tour of the Houses of Parliament and the Palace of Westminster.
The course was designed to build self-esteem, along with high aspiration, teamwork and awareness of world citizenship, and address the social and emotional aspects of learning.
It culminated with a presentation evening attended by students, parents and trustees from CARJ Liverpool, including chair Prof Bill Chambers, Liverpool Archdiocese auxiliary Bishop Tom Neylon, and college principal, Peter McGhee.