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A tool that addresses the importance of inclusion, diversity, difference, and equity and how these concepts can be used in the community sector. The purpose of this resource booklet is to see how using an anti-racism framework can strengthen an organizations dedication to work towards social justice and equity.
Flyer with information & links to help families raising children with more than one language
An accessible resource giving information and challenging common misconceptions about Roma communities.
European Network Against Racism, European Roma Information Office
Flyer giving details of community meals, food banks, community growing and other free food options in the south east of Glasgow.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust (2018)
Flyer giving details of community meals, food banks, community growing and other free food options in the south west of Glasgow.
Govanhill Baths Community Trust & Urban Roots (2019)
A creative toolkit for teachers of religious education (R.E.) in secondary schools in Scotland to challenge stereotypes and misconceptions of Muslim women and communities, in collaboration with the Al Waleed Centre, University of Edinburgh.
Amina MWRC (2018)
Research recording the experiences of people who have been refused asylum and made destitute in Scotland. Coordinated by the Destitute Asylum Seeker Service, a Glasgow based project coordinated by the Refugee Survival Trust, Scottish Refugee Council, British Red Cross, University of Strathclyde Law Clinic, Glasgow Night Shelter, Castlemilk Community Church and Rehoboth Nissi Ministries.
Destitute Asylum Seeker Service (2019)
A report reviewing UK Progress on the European Union Framework for National Roma Integration Strategies.
Angela Ruskin University (2014)
Research highlighting the complexity of the lives of people facing multiple disadvantage in Scotland and detailing the challenges that charitable services and the public sector are facing.
Commissioned by Lankelly Chase and The Robertson Trust & authored by Heriot-Watt University (2019)
Final report from a project about the experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender migrants from Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Former Soviet Union (FSU) in Scotland.
University of Glasgow, Economic & Social Research Council (2016)
Report from the Lift the Ban coalition discussing why people seeking asylum and their adult dependents in the UK the right to work and what this policy change would look like.
Lift the Ban (2018)
A collaborative report from Glasgow Centre for Population Health and the University of Glasgow’s Department of Urban Studies and the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, sponsored by Glasgow Housing Association, the Scottish Government, NHS Health Scotland and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
Go Well (2015)
The purpose of the New Scots strategy is to coordinate the efforts of organisations and community groups across Scotland involved in supporting refugees, asylum seekers and communities. This report sets out an approach to support the vision of a welcoming Scotland.
COSLA, Scottish Refugee Council, Scottish Government (2018)
A self-care manual designed to support you in establishing and maintaining an approach to self-care that fits with your unique life circumstances, strengths, challenges and needs.
This manual is for all women. However, it has been developed with the following audiences in mind:
- Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women
- women who have experienced trauma and/or domestic abuse
- women who would like to become group facilitators
Amina – Muslim Women’s Resource Centre (2017)
This resource is intended to help young people intervene in situations where someone is the target of hate behaviour. It is aimed at 11-16 year olds but could be used as a training tool for peer educators and youth workers. Activities to go along with the resource can be found at: https://actiononprejudice.info/speak-up/
Youth Link Scotland – Action on Prejudice (2019)
A resource designed to enable practitioners to raise awareness and understanding of the history, culture and traditions of the Scottish Gypsy/Traveller community and work with young people to identify and seek solutions to the key ‘flash points’ [or conflicts] that often occur between Gypsy/Travellers and the ‘settled’ community.
Article 12 in Scotland (2017)
New Arrival? Learning to live in a different county can be difficult. Welcome to Scotland: A Guide to Scots Law can help you understand the everyday rules and laws that will affect you in your new home. Available in English as well as the following languages: Amharic, Arabic, Farsi, Lithuanian, Oromo, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Tigrinya, Urdu
New College Lanarkshire, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service and Police Scotland (2016)