Challenging Inequality and Hate
Resources and information to tackle discrimination and hate crime for a safer and more inclusive Scotland.
Announcing the Scotland Malawi Partnership Youth Festival 2021! Engaging young people across Scotland and Malawi to lead …
A fact sheet with information about what disability discrimination is, how to recognise it and what to do if you experience or witness it. Created as part of the Action on Prejudice programme in partnership with Disability Equality Scotland.
Organisation: YouthLink Scotland & Disability Equality Scotland
This report presents the findings of a study into the nature of police recorded hate aggravated crimes in Scotland. This includes new details on the characteristics of these cases, based on a random sample of police recorded crimes.
Organisation: Scottish Government
Sense over Sectarianism National Week of Action Poster Competition 22nd – 26th February 2021 The Sense over Sectarianism …
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has led commemorations in Scotland to mark the 25th anniversary of the …
This document has been created to explain the Hate Crime Bill for the youth work sector. It sets out where the Bill has come from, the reasons it has been developed and what the next steps are. If you need a word document version of this for accessibility please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Organisation: YouthLink Scotland
HOW DO BAME YOUNG PEOPLE IN SCOTLAND PERCEIVE AND EXPERIENCE SECONDARY SCHOOL EDUCATION?
Intercultural Youth Scotland instigated this study after receiving a stream of anecdotal reports related to young peopleís experiences of racism in Scottish secondary schools. Working with the research consultancy EDI Scotland, this study was initiated to explore this question.
Organisation: Intercultural Youth Scotland
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- For emergencies Call 999
- Call 101 (for non-emergencies).
- Report to any Police Station
- Report Online.
- If you prefer to report somewhere else, go to a Third Party Reporting Centre.
- For Sign Language interpretation services Contact BSL or TextRelay 1 800 1 101
- As a young person you can report anonymously to Fearless.