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Youth Work Awards Deadline extended

The deadline for nominations for the National Youth Work Awards has been extended to 7th February.
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Mapping Exercise - youth workers supporting young people facing racism & anti semitism in Scotland

Following a consultation meeting with representatives of youth work organisations actively engaged in anti racism it was proposed that a mapping exercise should take place to identify existing youth groups and networks providing targeted support to young people facing racism & antisemitism.
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Young BME Humans of Scotland

In honour of Black History Month 2018 we wanted to share the stories of young BME people in Scotland. They tell of their hopes and aspirations for the future.
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Changing the fabric of society – LGBTI-inclusive education

A blog from December 2018 following the success of the Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) Campaign.
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When Silent Prejudice Turns To Violence

A blog reacting to the attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand in 2019.
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Small Steps – Big Changes

A blog looking at the Speak Up resource and how young people can use the 5Ds to help when witnessing a hate crime situation.
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When Brexit is personal

In this blog, from August 2019, Dr Daniela Sime, Reader/Associate Professor in Education and Social Justice in the School of Social Work & Social Policy at the University of Strathclyde looks at the implications for the rights of children and young people who are European nationals.
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Learning from the horrors of the past to heal the divisions of today

A reflective piece on the impact of conflict on children and young people.
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Empowering New Young Scots to be Fearless – Part 2

In Part 2 of a two-part blog, Lyndsay McDade, Senior Youth Projects Officer for Crimestoppers in Scotland, tells us how she and her ‘Empowering New Young Scots to be Fearless’ project ended up hosting an event in the Scottish Parliament…
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