Bigotry website gets new look
Community Links South Lanarkshire have relaunched their website to help combat sectarianism.
In addition to individual project pages, visitors will now have access to a number of resources which may be used with young people to start dialogue and discussions around social media and sectarianism.
Paul Hayward, social marketing officer at Community Links, said: “Social media is such an integral part of today’s society, particularly for young people.
“Our‘What is Sectarianism on Social Media?’project is not about telling young people what they should and shouldn’t post online.
“Rather it is about educating them around the dangers and consequences of posting offensive material online, as well as providing a safe space to discuss sectarianism.
“We hope that the resources available on our new website will help partners facilitate discussions with the young people they work with and provide valuable information that will help them make informed choices when posting online.”