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Stand Up to Sectarianism is a programme that engages young people across Scotland and in some of the hardest to reach communities to tackle hate crime and sectarianism.
Turf is a community youth project based in the Pollok area of Greater Glasgow. Supported by our Generation CashBack project, which has provided training and resources, it has grown exponentially to become a space that attracts up to 100 young people over two sessions per week.
The case studies portray the views of two young men engaged in the Generation CashBack funded leadership initiative, as well as the staff’s reflections on the programme and its positive impact.
The Youth Scotland Rural Action Fund has been a real success and demonstrates the impact that small amounts of funding can have when youth groups are able to meet their own identified needs.
Have you checked out the new Youth Scotland Impact Report 2017/18?
Generation CashBack has helped new groups working with young people, get started, grow and bring invaluable youth work opportunities to some of Scotland's most disadvantaged communities and young people; this is their story.
Youth Scotland’s Stand Up to Sectarianism, in Partnership with Leith Community Cinema and Media Education presents Stand Up to Sectarianism's Short Films: Celebrating Young People's contribution to tackling sectarianism in modern Scotland.
Reach 2018 was an event co-designed and delivered with young people from a consortium of Scouts Scotland, Girlguiding Scotland, Boys Brigade and Youth Scotland.
Melissa, aged 15, is engaged with About Youth, a youth work organisation in the Wester Hailes area of Edinburgh, which is a member of, and supported by LAYC and Youth Scotland.
About Youth is a dynamic and nimble youth work organisation that has just celebrated its first birthday.