The Scottish Government and Education Scotland are hosting the launch of a free suite of anti-sectarianism learning and teaching resources for children and young people. The launch will be opened by the Scottish Government Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs, Annabelle Ewing, in Stirling on the 22 Febuary 2017. Throughout the day detailed information about these resources and how they can be best deployed will be presented by a range of education practitioners. There will also be opportunities for you to explore the resources.
Date and Venue
22nd February 2017 9.30am – 4pm
Stirling Court Hotel, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA
Refreshments and lunch will be provided
As part of the wider “Tackling Sectarianism” agenda by the Scottish Government a large number of both local authority and community based projects have been, and in some cases are still being, delivered across Scotland.
These projects were delivered in a variety of settings and involved a great deal of action research.
As a result of this work a number of anti-sectarianism resources were produced under the guidance of the Scottish Government Community Safety Unit and its appointed Government Advisory Group.
The Scottish Government then tasked an Education Scotland working group with reviewing these resources and carrying out a Quality Assurance programme so that the best of these resources could be made available to practitioners across Scotland through the Education Scotland National Improvement Hub.
The launch event will be opened by the Scottish Government Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs, Annabelle Ewing. Throughout the day detailed information about these resources and how they can be best deployed will be presented by a variety of personnel and there will be opportunities for you to explore the resources.
Places can be reserved via the link below by Friday 17th Febuary 2016.