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On this page you can find all the latest news & events taking place across Scotland tackling prejudice, discrimination and hate. Use the filter button to choose if you would like to see news or events.

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Alcohol Hate Stats Spark Charity Campaign

'New figures show 40% of all religious hate crimes fuelled by alcohol' A leading Glasgow charity has launched a new campaign aimed at raising awareness of the link between alcohol and hate crime in Scotland.
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Hate Hurts. New National Anti-Hate Campaign

New national campaign tackling hate crime in Scotland launched urging those who witness a hate crime to report it. Scotland’s hate crime law is in place to protect those that need it. The law recognises hate crimes as motivated by prejudice based on disability, race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or variations in sex characteristics.
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#EducationNeedsYouthWork Campaign

Are you ready for the #EducationNeedsYouthWork Campaign? Mark the date in your calendar - Monday 19th - Friday 23rd February!
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How youth workers can create space for difficult conversations with young people

We live in a world where everyone has different perspectives, opinions, and thoughts on world events and where we can express these if we wish to. But how do we create a space where young people can express their opposing views without causing harm to others, and where they can have constructive debate? 
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Becoming the "problem"

A community story from the United Voices Network expressing how young people react when they aren't listened to or taken seriously.
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HMD Resources 2024

Holocaust Memorial Day Trust recently published their resources for Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 which can help you learn more about the Holocaust and genocide and plan your own HMD activity. Explore life stories of survivors and those who were murdered, virtual activities, schools materials, films, images and more using the filters below.
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Connecting Cultures

Dundee International Women's Centre are offereing training workshops for organisations covering: History and Culture; How can we navigate misunderstandings?; Misinformation and Disinformation; Hate Crime
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Why LGBT Youth Scotland left Twitter

In an age dominated by social media LGBT Youth Scotland have deleted their Twitter account. "It's simply not a safe space."
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New Hate Crime campaign

Police Scotland has launched a new anti hate crime campaign calling for people to ‘ditch their hate monster’.
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