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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 report on the impact of Covid-19 on refugees and refugee-assisting organisations in Scotland. This contains important findings on Physical and mental health, Digital inclusion, Social isolation and connections, Safety, and Organisational concerns.
Scottish Refugee Council (2020)
This resource – the young person’s asylum guide – has been developed by Croydon Council and Right to Remain.
It includes an Overview of the Stages of a Young Person’s Asylum Journey Including;
Poem in Scots about Dumchapel school girls’ campaign against asylum seeker detention & deportation – with teaching resources from the Educational Institute of Scotland: https://www.eis.org.uk/Anti-Racism/GlasgowGirls
Euan Girvan / EIS (2020)
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)
Towards the end of 2019, the asylum accommodation and support system was almost fatally disrupted by the transition from one set of government contracts to another. People seeking asylum began to experience unacceptable and entirely avoidable destitution. Wake Up Call details what went wrong and our suggestions for how the Home Office can go about mending this broken system.
Refugee Action (2020)
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)