Mapping Exercise Youth Workers supporting young people facing racism and anti semitism
YouthLink Scotland has been asked to develop and support a network for youth workers supporting young people facing racism & antisemitism in Scotland
Following a consultation meeting with representatives of youth work organisations actively engaged in this work 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.
The aim this mapping exercise is to:
- Get a fuller picture of who is currently providing targeted support to young people facing racism & antisemitism and what services they offer;
- Better understand any support needs these organisations/networks might have;
- And ensure the proposed YouthLink Scotland network meets any identified support needs and does not duplicate or in any way impede work already taking place.
This mapping exercise will target grass-roots local groups working with young people in communities, this includes adult volunteer, youth workers, community workers as well as local authority and national youth work organisations.
We would be very grateful if you support young people facing racism and antisemitism if you could take 5 – 10 minutes to tell us about your group and the work it does. As part of this we will be collecting your contact details in order to keep you informed of the development of this network and any opportunities that arise. If at any point you wish to unsubscribe you can do so by contacting email@example.com