#ChooseRespect campaign Celebrating Difference

#ChooseRespect, the latest campaign from Scotland’s anti-bullying service has moved into its second stage which encourages #CelebratingDifference.

This stage seeks to address prejudice based bullying in Scotland’s schools and youth settings. It has been developed in collaboration with Show Racism The Red Card and Changing Faces.

#CelebratingDifference will encourage young people to celebrate the things that make individuals unique, and challenge the prejudice that leads to young people being bullied and treated unfairly.

Supporting the campaign is a range of free teaching materials and guidance now available at https://www.chooserespect.scot/celebrating-difference

The team would love to hear from you, see your pictures and share your stories with the #CelebratingDifference community. Please get in touch on social media at @_respectme_ on Twitter and @respectme.scotland on Facebook.

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