First Report of the Independent Advisory Group to Tackle Sectarianism

Duncan Morrow, Cecelia Clegg, Michael Rosie, Ian Galloway, Margaret Lynch

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Abstract

The Advisory Group is entirely independent and has focussed it's work on three key areas:- meeting with organisations and individuals to gather evidence on the understanding and impact of sectarianism in Scotland;- examining the existing research base for evidence of sectarianism in Scotland; and- looking at what can be learned from the many existing projects that are working to tackle sectarianism in Scotland.These key areas have been the focus of the work and are covered in the finding, conclusions and recommendations within the report.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages65
Publication statusPublished - 13 Dec 2013

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  • Scotland
  • Sectarianism

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Morrow, D., Clegg, C., Rosie, M., Galloway, I., & Lynch, M. (2013). First Report of the Independent Advisory Group to Tackle Sectarianism.
Morrow, Duncan ; Clegg, Cecelia ; Rosie, Michael ; Galloway, Ian ; Lynch, Margaret. / First Report of the Independent Advisory Group to Tackle Sectarianism. 2013. 65 p.
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