We provide training and consultancy in relation to mainstreaming anti-sectarianism in equalities.
Local, public and third sector organisations.
We work with organisations to identify opportunities and overcome barriers in relation to mainstreaming anti-sectarianism by providing advice, support and/or training specific to the context and practice of each participating organisation.
This builds on the work of the ‘Mainstreaming Anti-Sectarianism in Equalities’ toolkit, developed in collaboration with Glasgow Women’s Library (GWL), which considers the challenges and potential for mainstreaming anti-sectarianism work into wider equalities frameworks – a key recommendation of the review of implementation led by Dr Morrow in 2017.
Whether providing second-tier advice or directly delivering training, our input facilitates and promotes education and discussion on the following:
key developments in tackling sectarianism in the broader context of developments in hate crime and equality;
key concepts in mainstreaming anti-sectarianism;
where this work fits into the frameworks for hate crime and equality – i.e. in terms of race and religion;
a suggested approach to mainstreaming anti-sectarianism in equalities, to complement the existing frameworks for hate crime and equality –incorporating developments and learning since the toolkit was published.