Action on Prejudice Challenging Inequality and Hate

Resources and information to tackle prejudice, discrimination and hate crime for a safer and more inclusive Scotland.

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Hate crime charges reported 23-24

5,992 ^

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Racial hate crime charges

3,392 ^

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Disability Hate Crime Charges

903 ^22%

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Sexual orientation aggravated crime

1,818

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Charges with a religious aggravation

523

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Aggravation of Transgender identity

84 ^25%

Events News

Introdcution to Racial Literacy

Join us for this training which will introduce youth workers to the concept of racial literacy, look at how they can develop their practice to be more inclusive of black and minority ethnic young people, understand the impact of dominant identities and what the barriers to participation for young people are.
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EDI Community of Practice - supporting young people who are neurodiverse

Our next EDI Community of Practice will be addressing how youth workers can best support young people who are neurodiverse. This session will be mix of speakers and interactive discussion groups.
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Sight Loss and Deaf Awareness Training

Join YouthLink Scotland, RNIB Scotland and Deaf Action in Edinburgh for interactive training on Deaf and Sight Loss Awareness on 22nd August or 6th November 2024.
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Do you need help? Try our Organisation Directory

This directory provides the contact details for action groups, support and advice services and where to report hate crime. You can search by topic, name or post-code.

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Resource Library

Here you can find a whole host of resources to support your work tackling prejudice, hate and discrimination. There are activities, resource packs, reports and more to look through.

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Help & Support

Sometimes we are faced with something that worries us or have an experience that we don't know how to handle ourselves. For information on where to go for some support or direct help visit our help & support page. In an emergency always call 999.

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