Why Me? Hate Crime Research

This research report is derived from a project undertaken by SAREC, the Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils and funded by the Big Lottery, Investing in Ideas. The research was initiated due to SAREC’s concern about the increasing levels of hate crime across Scotland and about the ways in which those who have experienced hateContinue reading “Why Me? Hate Crime Research”

SAREC Position Paper: Supporting Victims of Hate Crime

Hate Crime, prejudice and the Bracadale Review: Working with communities towards a Scotland without Prejudice A SAREC Position Paper The Scottish Alliance of Regional Equality Councils (SAREC) was formed in 2007 and is made up of the four Regional Equality Councils across Scotland: West of Scotland, Edinburgh & Lothian, Central Scotland and Grampian.  The BracadaleContinue reading “SAREC Position Paper: Supporting Victims of Hate Crime”

Sharing Our Experience

At the end of August 2011 SAREC and its members shared their experience of 4 years of funded work with colleagues at the Voluntary Action Fund as part of their programme of Evidence Gathering workshops to provide information to the Scottish Government on fudned equality work in Scotland. By presenting and discussing the work SAREcContinue reading “Sharing Our Experience”

Funding Secured for 2011/12

SAREC is delighted to announce it has secured continued funding from the Scottish Governments Race, Religion and Refugee Integration (RRRI) Fund for 2011-12. By securing resources SAREc and its 4 members will be able to continue to deliver their community engagement and equalities work around community planning across Scotland. A list of receipients of theContinue reading “Funding Secured for 2011/12”