Welcome to Action on Sectarianism Q&A session

We're here for our 3rd AoS Q&A session for the public to ask our guest Pauline Kelly, Hate Crime Policy Officer at Glasgow Community Safety, about her experiences and work regarding hate crime.

Ms Kelly‚Äôs work includes supporting multi agency approaches to address behaviour motivated by prejudice based on race, religion, sexuality, disability and transgender identity; maintaining a statistical overview of hate incidents; providing analytical support to strategic goal setting; improving effective third party reporting across Glasgow and acting as a hate crime external policy specialist for public sector agencies. 

She was a member of the Independent Advisory Group on Hate Crime, Prejudice and Community Cohesion who were tasked by Scottish Government to provide evidenced findings and recommendations which the Scottish Government can take forward in partnership with communities to help eliminate hate crime for good. 

So feel free to ask your question below, and do stay online! We will only be answering questions for a 45 minute session on 9th February from 2.30pm

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