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The following report has been written for the Scottish Community Development Centre by Ryan McKay (Consultant) in collaboration with Anne Munro (Project Manager) – Pilmeny Development Project (PDP) in relation to work carried out for the Supporting Communities to tackle Sectarianism (SCOTTS) Pilot Project. The report provides an evaluation of 2 workshops and 1:1 interviews delivered by the consultant in conjunction with the PDP, exploring local older and young people’s experiences of anti-sectarianism in Leith. It includes an exploration of the key findings and outcomes of both workshops, while also providing a description of how they were delivered. In addition to the feedback gained from the workshops some of the challenges that arose have also been underlined. Recommendations for further development have also been included, in order for the project to continue to grow and develop.

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Community Links (South Lanarkshire) was established in February 2002 as an independent community consultation and engagement organisation.  Originally evolving from the Social Inclusion Partnership, Community Links is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status now working across all the communities in South Lanarkshire with a particular emphasis on areas which fall into the worst 15% for deprivation as identified by the Scottish Index Multiple Deprivation (SIMD). We are one of the few dedicated third sector community engagement organisations in Scotland and have a strong focus on the asset based approach of working with communities.  

 
 
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