You said earlier when we were talking about equality that education was the best way to increase tolerance. Would you then agree that to increase tolerance of the LGBT community, all high schools should be taught […]
My constituents are very worried about the amount of Islamic hate crimes that are occurring, they are on the increase and just last year Police Scotland was fourth highest region in terms of Islamophobic […]
Why isn’t there more tolerance awareness training provided to secondary school pupils? Watch the clip for the First Minister’s response. FMQT Next Generation was a joint project between Children in Scotland […]
Seventeen year old Lucy McKee has had a difficult time at school. Alone and without friends, she was often bullied and called names by her fellow pupils, or worse, she was just ignored. “School wasn’t […]
Children were aware that issues around food insecurity affected all children and had lots of ideas for practical ways of including children in dialogue around food insecurity, including by listening carefully and building respectful relationships.
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