Our partners have provided research, action plans, policy documents and teacher resources to encourage action against discrimination, hate crime and prejudice.
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The toolkit is designed to be used by anyone working with young people aged 11-25 years. Ideally those using the toolkit will have some experience of facilitating individual and small group work with young people in a range of community settings.
A fact sheet about transphobic discrimination. What it is, how to address it and where to get support if you experience or witness it. Created as part of the Action on Prejudice programme with the support of LGBT Youth Scotland.
A fact sheet on homophobic and biphobic discrimination; what it is and what to do if you witness or experience it. Created as part of the Action on Prejudice programme with support from LGBT Youth Scotland.
These resources were created with member organisations of the Scotland Malawi Partnership, who have on their key topics of Race & Equality and Climate Change.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This publication provides details of hate crime reported to the Procurator Fiscal in Scotland in 2018-19, and earlier years.
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
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