Challenging Inequality and Hate
Resources and information to tackle discrimination and hate crime for a safer and more inclusive Scotland.
Public views sought as consultation opens. The Scottish Government is calling on the public to help …
Edinburgh Interfaith Association has created a new resource, The Ground We Share, talking about the beliefs of different faiths, addressing misconceptions and encouraging interfaith understanding.
Organisation: Edinburgh Interfaith Association
Consulting on Lord Bracadale’s recommendations as per his review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland. The …
Police Scotland’s first Facebook channel designed for young people in Scotland and dedicated internet pages will …
The Family Fun Day is focused on encouraging interaction and understanding through arts and crafts activities …
The winner of the #endeverydayhate competition is… ‘Don’t Touch My Hair!’ This portrayal of the frustration …
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