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Evaluating Anti-Prejudice Projects

CRERCapacity building sessions on evaluating anti-prejudice projects

The sessions form part of a wider programme of work being undertaken by CRER for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.

These sessions will focus on developing effective, proportionate approaches to evaluating anti-prejudice projects or interventions, and will be especially useful for organisations with more limited experience of evaluation.

Capacity building sessions are on:

  • 16th February in Glasgow
  • 21st February in London and
  • 22nd February in Cardiff

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International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims

UN Observance: International Day for the Right to the Truth Concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims

Fairer Glasgow Fund Consultation

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8th December updates

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Glasgow City Council Family: Equality Outcomes 2017-2021: Development Progress & Emerging Priorities

 Glasgow_city_council_logoUpdate For Stakeholders: Equality Outcomes 2017-2021: Development Progress & Emerging Priorities Progress

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Education In Glasgow – Have Your Say

Wednesday 7th December, 9.30am – 2pm, at Glasgow City Halls, Candleriggs, G1 1LE Glasgow, United KingdomGlasgow Equality Forum logo

Schools, colleges and universities have a responsibility to listen to a wide range of opinions when planning their work. Come along to this free event to share your experiences and opinions, and to help improve education services for all in Glasgow.

• Access to education
• Your rights
• Bullying
• Additional support needs
• Access to transport
• Discrimination
• Curriculum
• Childcare provision
• Language and communication support.

We particularly encourage you to come along if you feel current services do not meet your needs, or you have experienced barriers accessing education.

Booking is essential. Book your place here:

This event is open to you if you are 16+ and you live, study or work in Glasgow. Lunch will be provided.

If you need travel costs, an interpreter, childcare costs, or any other support to attend, you must tell us in advance. Email 0141 4186535

Organised by Glasgow Equality Forum and supported by Glasgow City Council and Glasgow Life, the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow Clyde College, Glasgow Kelvin College, City of Glasgow College and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.




Help GCPP influence Area Partnerships work with minority ethnic organisations

Survey Deadline: 21st November

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP)  is looking for ways to get minority ethnic community groups, organisations, and individuals more involved in Area Partnerships – this includes better access to funds through Area Partnership budgets, and our Community Budgeting approach.

Surveys are being carried out by Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (CRER) on behalf of GCPP.

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Board diversity and the Public Sector Equality Duty: a guide for public authorities in Scotland

Board Diversity and the Public Sector Equality DutyPublished by Equality And Human Rights Commission on the 13th October.  This is one of a series of guides for public authorities on meeting the requirements of the Equality Act 2010.

Full details and Download on the EHRC site: HERE



Political Shadowing Scheme 2016

CRER Political Shadowing SchemeApplications for 2016/17 are now open – CLOSING DATE 7th NOV 2015

The Political Shadowing Scheme was set up to address the severe under representation of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) individuals in the Scottish political arena. Read more…

Hate Crime Awareness Week 2016

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Individual Hate Crime Pledge 2016

What’s On in Glasgow


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