Sometimes you may need help dealing with sectarianism at work or at home. It could be you affected by it, a friend or a member of your family. In this section we can tell you where you can get help and advice.

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I SEE! Scotland is an interactive 16-hour programme delivered to Scottish communities in schools, colleges, community centres, and business contexts.

The programme is designed for use with a wide age range across the socio-economic spectrum, depending on facilitators to know their context and tailor their delivery accordingly.

Read more: I SEE! Scotland

When you are attacked or insulted because of your religion, it is a crime. Whether the crime is reported to the police or not, you might feel upset, frightened or confused by what has happened. It’s normal to feel like that.

Read more: Are you a victim?

Where a hate crime or sectarian incident occurs, it is essential that any victim, witness or other party has the confidence to report the matter.

Read more: Want to report a hate crime?

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