This resource was devised as a guide for youth workers and volunteers in promoting intercultural youth work across the youth sector in Ireland. It is a guide that any youth service, club or project can use to become a more inclusive service, reaching as many young people in the local community as possible, and ensuring those young people feel welcome to return as regular participants.
Interfaith Scotland host an engaging workshop, spanning a wide range of equality issues. We explore three …
Interfaith Scotland host an interactive workshop exploring how to engage with people from many religion and …
Interfaith Scotland are hosting an engaging exploration of the differences between cultures and how that diversity …
Members of the Scottish Parliament’s Justice Committee launched a call for views on the Scottish Government’s plans …
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has led commemorations in Scotland to mark the 25th anniversary of the …
This report presents the findings of research carried out during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown in Scotland, exploring the impact of nationwide lockdown on young people’s emotional wellbeing, experiences of online bullying and online prejudice. Preface from Professor Ian Rivers, Professor of Education for Social Change at Strathclyde University.
Organisation: TIE campaign
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