Refugees who flee to Scotland can now apply for grants to help their family settle in the country, even if they are still separated from their loved ones.
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UNESCO today is celebrating World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue & Development. The campaign #Unite4Heritage is a movement for the celebration and safeguarding of cultural heritage and diversity worldwide.
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Models created from Sellotape are to be installed in the Kingdom Centre as part of a project aimed at defying Dementia.
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Police officers are set to receive specialist training to identify controlling behaviour.
Scotland’s new Domestic Abuse Act, which will be introduced next year, will make controlling and coercive behaviours a crime.
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Following the devastation of the Second World War, the United Nations was established to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war. One of its purposes is to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems, including by promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion.
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Thousands of disabled people in Scotland are being robbed of their dignity and independence due to the nation’s chronic shortage of accessible housing, the UK’s human rights watchdog has warned.
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