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The Primary 7 young children of Garscadden and St Brendan's Primary Schools studied the Divided City as part of their school studies. As part of this process the children put together a Drama project exploring sectarianism and demonstrating its affect on society. The children displayed their work to their Parents and members of Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Parliament and their fellow School children. 

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The Primary 7 young children of Garscadden and St Brendan's Primary Schools studied the Divided City as part of their school studies. As part of this process the children put together a Drama project exploring sectarianism and demonstrating its affect on society. The children displayed their work to their Parents and members of Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Parliament and their fellow School children.   

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The following report has been written for the Scottish Community Development Centre by Ryan McKay (Consultant) in collaboration with Anne Munro (Project Manager) – Pilmeny Development Project (PDP) in relation to work carried out for the Supporting Communities to tackle Sectarianism (SCOTTS) Pilot Project. The report provides an evaluation of 2 workshops and 1:1 interviews delivered by the consultant in conjunction with the PDP, exploring local older and young people’s experiences of anti-sectarianism in Leith. It includes an exploration of the key findings and outcomes of both workshops, while also providing a description of how they were delivered. In addition to the feedback gained from the workshops some of the challenges that arose have also been underlined. Recommendations for further development have also been included, in order for the project to continue to grow and develop.
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Neighbouring non-denominational and denominational schools are brought together for 4 half days at the Rangers Study Centre. The programme is split between team building activities, designed to bring the pupils together and break down barriers, and focused anti-sectarian workshops.  

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The small grants fund is an excellent opportunity to explore the issue of sectarianism with young people.  I have attached a couple of case studies to help you consider what your group might do.

Previous grant holders have said that attending a Stand Up awareness training event has helped in developing an application.  I am happy to arrange such an event with your and your group, if you would find it helpful.  For further information on Stand Up training events, please go to the Youth Scotland website.

http://www.youthscotland.org.uk/projects/stand-up-to-sectarianism/stand-up-small-grants-scheme.htm

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The small grants fund is an excellent opportunity to explore the issue of sectarianism with young people.  I have attached a couple of case studies to help you consider what your group might do.

Previous grant holders have said that attending a Stand Up awareness training event has helped in developing an application.  I am happy to arrange such an event with your and your group, if you would find it helpful.  For further information on Stand Up training events, please go to the Youth Scotland website.

http://www.youthscotland.org.uk/projects/stand-up-to-sectarianism/stand-up-small-grants-scheme.htm

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The small grants fund is an excellent opportunity to explore the issue of sectarianism with young people.  I have attached a couple of case studies to help you consider what your group might do.

Previous grant holders have said that attending a Stand Up awareness training event has helped in developing an application.  I am happy to arrange such an event with your and your group, if you would find it helpful.  For further information on Stand Up training events, please go to the Youth Scotland website.

http://www.youthscotland.org.uk/projects/stand-up-to-sectarianism/stand-up-small-grants-scheme.htm

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