Three new reports on partnership working between faith and local government.

#WeStandTogether – an anti-discrimination Project

We Stand Together will deliver interactive workshops in schools, colleges, youth and community groups engaging as wide a spectrum of participants as possible.

Their resources will enable participants to learn about different cultures, faiths, disabilities, nationalities, gender identities and sexual orientations; discuss their perceptions and the different discrimination and stereotyping faced; how this can be challenged and come up with practical actions to take themselves.

The aims of the project are to:

  • Address discrimination and celebrate diversity
  • Bring people together and build strong relationships
  • Enable people to participate and feel included in their communities
  • Develop practical actions to help people feel positive about all our futures

For more information, please see the project summary attached here.