Our Current Campaigns
We know that hate negatively impacts on people, communities and on wider society. For those affected, the damage can have a long lasting impact. In our new Don’t Feed Hate campaign we talk about the Hate Monster.
Is That Me is our latest campaign to tackle domestic abuse. With 80% of incidents involving a male perpetrator and female victim, the campaign looks to encourage young men to reflect on the way they treat their partners and look to change their attitudes and behaviour.
October is Black History Month, a really important opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments and experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic people.
We are hiring! If you have excellent people skills and the desire to make a difference, a career in policing could be right for you. Find out more.
Our Labour Exploitation campaign sets out to ‘break the chain’ of modern slavery, which is happening in Scotland today.
This serious crime is taking place within supply chains of certain business sectors around the country, and affects both Scottish nationals and migrant workers.
We are asking businesses and people in our communities to help put a stop to this abuse. Find out more about labour exploitation on our brand new microsite, which explains labour exploitation, how to recognise the signs and how to report it.
Our Get Consent 2021 campaign focuses on sex and consent within relationships. Being in any form of relationship, whether it’s a first date or long-term partnership, does not give you the right to sex without consent.
Here you can find out about sex and consent, as well as support and information for survivors of rape and sexual crime.
Find out about how students can start out in the safest way possible, some simple guidance to ensure they protect themselves, and above all keep safe.
1 in 5 people in Scotland identify as having a disability but only 4% of reported hate crime is disability hate crime. We know that it's under-reported. Our #DontTolerateHate campaign encourages both victims and witnesses to report all incidents and help stamp out disability hate crime.
Here you can find out more about online child sexual abuse, how to report it, as well as information for victims, their families and perpetrators.
If you’ve reported domestic abuse, rape or sexual crimes to us, we’d appreciate your feedback on the service we provided.
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