WELCOME TO CSREC

What do we do?

CSREC is currently running a number of projects within the Forth Valley area. The services below are all free of charge!

Fighting Discrimination

WELCOME TO CSREC

What do we do?

CSREC is currently running a number of projects within the Forth Valley area. The services below are all free of charge!

Promoting Equality

WELCOME TO CSREC

What do we do?

CSREC is currently running a number of projects within the Forth Valley area. The services below are all free of charge!

Fostering Good Relations

WELCOME TO CSREC

What do we do?

CSREC is currently running a number of projects within the Forth Valley area. The services below are all free of charge!

Building Partnetships

EVENTS

Click here for our equality and diversity related events.

SERVICES

Click here to learn more about our services.

PUBLICATIONS

Click here to access our newsletters, reports and other publications.

STATISTICS

Click here for statistics on Hate Crime and other statistics

EVENTS

Click here for our equality and diversity related events.

SERVICESS

Click here to learn more about our services.

PUBLICATIONS

Click here to access our newsletters, reports and other publications.

STATISTICS

Click here for statistics on Hate Crime and other statistics

What we do?

Central Scotland Regional Equality Council (CSREC) exists and works to promote  equality; fight hate crime and discrimination; foster good relations and build partnerships in  Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council areas.

1. We give advice and support to victims of discrimination and harassment.

2. CSREC delivers a range of bespoke training within the Public, Voluntary and Private sectors. These courses can be tailored to your needs. A sample of courses available are:

  • Equality legislation training for small businesses and social enterprises;
  • Recognising and tackling harassment and bullying at work;
    Human Rights Act 1998;
  • Diversity awareness presentations to youth groups/school pupils and school staff;
  • Equality enactments – what they are and how to avoid breaking them;
    Anti-racist and anti-sectarian training.

3. We help diverse communities to be able to influence the community planning process through:

  • Forth Valley wide community consultations;
  • Information events on local and national services and support;
  • Community events focusing on areas of particular interest and location.

4. We are currently working with different communities in Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council area schools to deliver a toolkit to address sectarianism, discrimination, prejudice, stereotyping; and bigotry.

5. We are currently working on developing projects to address barriers to employability amongst minority ethnic communities; reducing carbon footprint; promoting equality and community cohesion; and supporting refugees arriving in the area.

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