Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils – SAREC

Why me? National hate crime survey – closes on Thursday 15th September 2016


We request you to participate in the national hate crime survey, Why me? Through this survey we seek to gather the experiences of individuals who have experienced hate crime, how they feel they were supported and also what additional support they could have benefited from. The link to the survey is below:
https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/whymesurvey

The survey is being conducted by the Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils (SAREC) along with Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC), Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC), Grampian Regional Equality Council (GREC) and West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC).

We hope you will participate in the survey as this will provide a useful evidence base to help us understand your experiences of hate crime and also your suggestions on how victims could be better supported.We also request you to circulate this amongst your networks.


REPORT of : Hate Crime Conference – 7th May 2014  (pdf, 2mb)

Welcome to the website of the Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils (SAREC). SAREC is an organisation with equality at its core.  SAREC is a national voice that champions equality and human rights across the country and challenges all forms of discrimination.

Our membership is made up of the four Regional (formerly Racial) Equality Councils (RECs) in Scotland:

Central Scotland Regional Equality Council – CSREC
Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council – ELREC
Grampian Regional Equality Council – GREC
West of Scotland Regional Equality Council – WSREC

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