Introduction

GCRP works with minority ethnic communities across the West of Scotland to ensure awareness of hate crime and discrimination and to support individuals with cases.

Main Aims of Project

This project aims to:

  • Raise awareness of hate crime and how to recognise it through:

    – Media Campaigns

  • Raise Awareness of hate crime legislation and how to report it through:

    – Workshops delivered across West of Scotland to diverse communities

  • Support individuals from diverse minority backgrounds across all protected characteristics to report hate crime and discrimination through:

    – Weekly 2 hour drop in sessions for advice and information on general discrimination and support in completing 3rd party reporting forms.

Target Communities

Minority Ethnic

Some of our work

This is Glasgow features a book, short film and exhibition exploring and celebrating the legacy of migration to Glasgow. This is Glasgow stems from two projects by WSREC– Stepping into Diversity and the Good Community Relations Project – which were developed to challenge prejudice and discrimination by creating educational opportunities. The projects used five methods: oral histories, heritage walks, exhibitions, workshops and training. These, in turn, were developed into the book, film and exhibition.

To find out more and to look at the book and short film that explores and celebrates the legacy of migration to Glasgow, please click on the link below.

http://www.thisisglasgow.org/

Funded By

Project Staff

Monique Campbell
Monique CampbellProject Co-ordinator
Karla Pérez Portilla
Karla Pérez PortillaAdvice and Activities Officer