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Social Media is a space where sectarianism is often seen but not necessarily monitored or reported. It is highly likely that you and your friends and family

are active on social media and therefore it is recommended that you take the time to check your security settings but also to become aware of what hate and sectarianism look like online and how to report it.

Community Links (South Lanarkshire) have shared some crucial information about to raise awareness of the issue online on their page here: (Social Media and Sectarianism page link)

You can report sectarianism on social media to your local police station or by using a Third Party Reporting centre. For more information on this go to: (third party reporting page link).

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