SRtRC Scotland is thrilled to stand in solidarity with the Welsh and English Teams during Hate Crime Awareness Week!
SRtRC Wales will be launching their #WalesIsMyHome educational film next week during Hate Crime Awareness Week.
The Wales Is My Home film was produced by Break Every Chain Productions and was funded by Sport Wales and explores the issues of immigration and racism from the point of view of the Welsh community.
During the week a number of full interviews will be released each day culminating with the launch of the main film on Friday the 14th of October which is also Wear Red Day in Scotland, where communities will take a stand against racism by wearing red to school and work.
The film features a range of interviews with individuals that have a migrant background or are Refugees.
In tackling Hate Crime, SRtRC Scotland will also be releasing segments of its very own #ThisIsMyHome film sponsored by the Education Institute of Scotland, exploring the positive impacts of diversity within a Scottish context all whilst taking a stand against racism. The film features interviews with Mark McGhee, Ikechi Anya and wonderful community members from across Scotland speaking of their unique experiences pertaining to racism.
We would like to hear from all communities within Scotland expressing their feelings on the ways in which diversity has enriched their lives.
The #WalesIsMyHome films will be launched daily here: https://www.youtube.com/user/Redcardwales
While you can watch SRtRC Scotland’s #ThisIsMyHome here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9nkvDZMYJQ
If you have some time to dedicate to #HateCrimeAwarenessWeek next week, come along to a Cyber/Hate Crime Workshop with Police Scotland on Monday the 10th of October at the Dialogue Centre in Glasgow at 09:45 until 13:00.
Moreover, if you have been the victim of a hate crime you can report it to ourselves as a Third Party Reporting Centre or alternatively contact Police Scotland http://www.scotland.police.uk/contact-us/hate-crime-and-third-party-reporting/