Tackling Prejudice and Building Connected Communities 2019 Conference

BEMIS and Police Scotland host a Thematic Conference on hate crime motivated by racial and religious prejudice

In October 2018 BEMIS and Police Scotland hosted their inaugural ‘Tackling Prejudice and Building Connected Communities’ Conference. The conference generated 8 key learning outcomes:

The 2019 conference will return to these key themes and will include presentations and practical discussion opportunities with key stakeholders on these critical approaches to helping to shape a Scotland that is responsive, just, and cognisant of our ethnic minority communities.

A full agenda will be published in due course and pre-conference briefing document will be shared with attendees on week beginning Monday the 7th of October

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