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It Wisnae Us

The Truth about Glasgow and Slavery

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Charity Trustee Ethnicity in Glasgow

An audit of BME representation on Voluntary Sector Boards (July 2019)

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Addressing Inclusion

Effectively Challenging Racism in Schools

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Effectiveness of the PSED Specific Duties in Scotland

​Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (August, 2018).

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Racist Incident Reporting in Scotland's Schools

Analysis and implications for practice (May, 2018).

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BME Teachers in Scotland

An overview of the representation of BME Teachers in Scotland’s Local Authorities (2018).

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What works? Eight Principles for Meaningful Evaluation of Anti-Prejudice Work

​Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights for the Equality and Human Rights Commission (November, 2017).

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Minority Ethnic Volunteering in Scotland

Research report exploring experiences, perceptions and reflections on volunteering (September, 2017).

CRER commissioned Research Scotland to undertake this project exploring experiences, perceptions and reflections on volunteering gathered from minority ethnic people, and staff responsible for recruiting and supporting minority ethnic volunteers. The findings will help to inform the implementation of the Scottish Government's Race Equality Framework 2016-2030.

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Hate is hate, even when it's online

A guide for to online hate crime for young people

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Equal Pay Duties - Race and Disability

PSED: Get Ready for April 2017 (2016).

Submission to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

Alternative (Scotland) report on the United Kingdom's twenty-first to twenty-third periodic reports (July, 2016).

Promoting Good Relations

New Approaches, New Solutions (March, 2016).

Scottish Specific Equality Duties 2017:

Get ready for April 2017 (2016).

Changing the Race Equality Paradigm

Key concepts for public, social, and organisational policy (2016).

Hate Online

A guide to responding to online hate speech and hate crime (February, 2016).

In It Together?

Perceptions on ethnicity, recession, and austerity in three Glasgow communities (2013).

Equality in Glasgow 2013

Glasgow's Public Bodies and the Public Sector Equality Duty (2013).

Scottish Specific Equality Duties 2015:

Get ready for April 2015 (2015).

Equality in Glasgow 2015

Glasgow's Public Bodies Progress on meeting the Public Sector Equality Duty (2016).

Better Impacts: Using the Equality Impact Assessment Duty to Influence Decision Makers

A Guide for Voluntary and Community Organisations in Scotland (2015).

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SNAP! What does it mean for race equality?

Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights and Race (2013).

Tackling Racism in Youth Work

Scottish Youth Workers' views on dealing with racist attitudes and behaviours (June, 2013).

The State of the Nation: Criminal Justice

Race and Racism in Scotland (2013).

The State of the Nation: Education

Race and Racism in Scotland (2013).

The State of the Nation: Employment

Race and Racism in Scotland (2014).

Racist Incident Reporting in Scotland's Schools

(December, 2012).

Institutional Racism

Scotland Still Has Far to Go (2012).

Race Equality in Modern Apprenticeships

CRER Seminar Report (June, 2012).

BME Participation and Representation in the 2012 Scottish Local Government Elections

Minority Ethnic Participation (August, 2012).

BME Participation and Representation in the 2012 Scottish Local Government Elections

Minority Ethnic Representation (August, 2012).

My Story with Addictions: An insight into the road to recovery

South Glasgow minority ethnic community and problematic drug use (2012).

Policing in 21st Century Scotland from a Race Perspective

CRER Findings (November, 2011).

Scottish Identity and Black and Minority Ethnic Communities in Scotland

An introductory review of literature (November, 2011).

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