Tackling Prejudice and Building Connected Communities 2019

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Glasgow City Chambers

George Square

Glasgow

G2 1DU

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A Thematic Conference on hate crime motivated by racial and religious prejudice

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In October 2018 BEMIS and Police Scotland hosted their inaugural ‘Tackling Prejudice and Building Connected Communities' Conference. The conference generated 8 key learning outcomes:

The 2019 conference will return to these key themes and will include presentations and practical discussion opportunities with key stakeholders on these critical approaches to helping to shape a Scotland that is responsive, just, and cognisant of our ethnic minority communities.

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Glasgow City Chambers

George Square

Glasgow

G2 1DU

United Kingdom

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Organiser of Tackling Prejudice and Building Connected Communities 2019

BEMIS is the national Ethnic Minorities led umbrella body supporting the development of the Ethnic Minorities Voluntary Sector in Scotland and the communities that this sector represents. Our vision is of a Scotland that is equal, inclusive and responsive: A society where:

  • people from the diverse communities are valued, treated with dignity and respect,
  • have equal citizenship, opportunities and equality of life,
  • and who actively participate in civic society.

 


Police Scotland was formally established on 1 April 2013 and is responsible for policing across the length and breadth of Scotland, some 28,168 square miles. Police Scotland is the second largest force in the UK after the Metropolitan Police.

Police Scotland’s purpose is to improve the safety and wellbeing of people, places and communities in Scotland.  Our focus is on Keeping People Safe which is at the heart of everything that we do.

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