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What is Action on Sectarianism?

YouthLink Scotland, the National Agency for Youth Work has set up the first independent public website designed to challenge sectarianism in Scotland, supported by the Scottish Government.

Accessible on computers, tablets and mobile phones, this website will act as a central gateway to information and resources tackle sectarianism in Scotland by providing tailored user access to four distinct target groups:

Children and Young people

Adults: parents, carers, community groups

AoS Network: teachers, youth workers, academics, policy officers, community activists

November will see Bridging the Gap's Month of Action. 


Bridging the Gap is a small charity based in the Gorals, Glasgow, set up in 1998 to work across divides in the local community and beyond. They have 3 strands to their work; Developing Young People, Developing Community Inclusion and Developing Families. Recognised across Scotland for its innovative, exciting and challenging work tackling sectarianism.

Celebrating their 20th Birthday this year with Humans of Bridging the Gap stories

Read here about Megan’s Humans of Bridging the Gap story!


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This is Joe talking about his experience with our Transition Programme

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Another ‘Humans of Bridging the Gap’ interview from Caitlin’s experience of our Transition Programme.

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Humans of Bridging the Gap is Kim Logan

The following Humans of Bridging the Gap interview is from our very own Paddy. He is sharing his experience about being involved in and working for BtG43159172 1178557285634856 7012043966287708160 n

The Humans of Bridging the Gap interview with Paddy as he shares his experience about being involved in and working for BtG

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