And who is it for? It’s for everyone! Children, young people and adults each have their own channel with information tailored to them. Then the AoS Network is a fourth channel for organisations, local authorities and projects to share their work and resources and be part of the wider conversation on tackling sectarianism in Scotland.
What’s on it? This is not just a website with loads of boring text telling you about sectarianism in Scotland but an interactive gateway to information. Each of the three public channels has activities and information specifically for that age group and also includes talking heads of peers saying what they think a Scotland free of sectarianism will look like. There is also the opportunity to record
your own talking head and share your opinion!
If you are a practitioner, teacher, youth worker or just someone who wants to make a difference in your community, go to the AoS library for some resources and activities to use with your groups. Also sign up for the AoS Network and use the discussion forum to get in touch with others tackling sectarianism across Scotland.