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Newsletter Issue 52 (October 2017)

Annual Report: 2014-2015 Annual Report

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Resources

Barriers of Poverty and Inequality Final Report

TRUE Colours Anti-Bullying Research

TRUE Colours Peer Education Toolkit

Hate Crime Scotland Statistics 2013-2016

Confronting violence against women as a hate crime – Outlining the debate

Communities for Conservation Final Report 2014-2016

Report from the Cross Party Meeting 2013

Report for International Girl Child Day event 2013

Think SM:ART Conference Report

Think SM:ART Activities Pack for Seconday Schools

Leith BME Fact Finder Report

Restalrig Community Relations Project Report

ELREC Community Planning Project Phase 1 Report

ELREC Community Planning Project Phase 2 Report

Support Services for People who Experiences Racial Harassment and Discrimination

Local Development Project Needs Assessment Headline Report

Local Development Project Needs Assessment Full Report

Your Marriage Your Rights Seminar Report

ACT-SCAVEN Network Evaluation Report

Our Marriage Our Rights Seminar Report (released on 22 February 2012)

Your Body, Your Rights Report – Discussion On Female Genital Mutilation (released on 12 March 2012)

Fostering Good Community Relations Workshop – Evaluation Report (released on 13 March 2012)

Sectarianism in Edinburgh Report TRUE Colours (released on 31 May 2013)

Newsletter

Issue 41 (October 2014)

Issue 42 (January 2015)

Issue 43 (April 2015)

Issue 44 (July 2015)

Issue 45 (October 2015)

Issue 46 (April 2016)

Issue 47 (June 2016)

Issue 48 (September 2016)

Issue 49 (December 2016)

Issue 50 (April 2017)

Issue 51 (July 2017)

Our April 2015 Newsletter, Issue 43, contained an error in the article: “From the Chair-Update on the unfair withdrawal of ELREC funding from Edinburgh Council” on page 2. ELREC would like to  apologise for this error in the  earlier issue of its Newsletter where EVOC should have been stated instead of CEMVO. This was a typing error. ELREC wishes it to be known that CEMVO was not the organisation that played an unreasonable part in the matters referred to and that CEMVO had no association whatsoever with the matters described. Indeed, ELREC has had a very positive working relationship with CEMVO in terms of its Climate Change project which is described in this Newsletter.

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