Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights

CRER is a Scottish strategic racial equality charity, based in Glasgow. We are focused on working to eliminate racial discrimination and harassment and promote racial justice across Scotland. Over the years CRER has had a key role in advocating, campaigning, and influencing developments to promote racial equality. We have been effective in responding to a broad range of interests needed to make an impact upon deep rooted issues and respond to the needs of communities.

Our Work

Black History

Human Rights

Legislation and Policy

Parliamentary Engagement

Race Equality Framework 2016-2030

Racism in Scotland

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Black History Month 2021

In 2001, The Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights (then known as the Glasgow Anti Racist Alliance) co-ordinated the first Black History Month programme in Scotland. Twenty years on the programme continues to grow with partners across community, voluntary and public sectors contributing dozens of events every October. This includes partners who have contributed since 2001 and partners who will contribute for the first time in 2021.

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Visit the Black History Month 2021 website for listings

Glasgow Equality Engagement

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Featured Blog Posts
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Latest Consultation Responses

Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill

Response to Justice Committee call for views

Inquiry Into Race Equality, Employment and Skills

Scottish Parliament Equalities and Human Rights Committee

Consultation on Amending Scottish Hate Crime Legislation

Scottish Government 

Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill

The Scottish Parliament - Equalities and Human Rights Committee

Ethnicity Pay Reporting

UK Government 

A Culture Strategy for Scotland

The Scottish Government 

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