Case Study: City of Edinburgh Council

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City of Edinburgh Council was the first local authority in Scotland to sign up to our workplace training package and through this partnership we have: Identified and supported a lead official at the council to drive forward the project internally. … Continued

Case Study: Street Leagues

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Street Leagues is a nationwide charity which works with 16-25 year olds not in education, employment or training. It seeks to harness the power of sport to help these young people improve themselves and during their eight week placement with … Continued

Case Study: University of Strathclyde

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In 2009 an STUC report into sectarianism in the workplace highlighted the need for further training and support for teachers to ensure they feel confident approaching the issue of sectarianism in professional life. To this end we entered into discussions … Continued

Case Study: British Transport Police

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In 2011 Nil by Mouth agreed to a programme of work with the British Transport Police which has resulted in several years of positive engagement with NBM and the anti-sectarian agenda. The aim has always been to firmly embed anti-sectarian … Continued

Case Study: Bin The Bigotry

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‘Bin the Bigotry’ is a campaign currently running in North Lanarkshire which seeks to challenge sectarian attitudes through innovative advertising campaigns. It is a partnership between the public, private and voluntary sector and driven forward by full service fleet media company Agripa as part of its Corporate … Continued

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