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The S word: women's experience of intra-Christian sectarianism in Scotland

For the last two years, Engender has been involved in an ambitious project to speak to women across Scotland about intra-Christian sectarianism, and its effect on their lives. This report summarises what women have told us about their experiences, and discusses ways that taking a gendered approach may change the way that anti-sectarianism initiatives are delivered in Scotland. Date: May 2015

Filename: 1432569345_The-S-Word---Womens-experience-of-intra-Christian-sectarianism.pdf | File size: 1206KB | Tags: sectarianism
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Making sure your work works: including women, girls, and gender in anti-sectarianism work

For the last two years, Engender has been involved in an ambitious project to speak to women across Scotland about intra-Christian sectarianism, and its effect on their lives. This toolkit summarises what women have told us about their experiences, and guides funders, public bodies, and third sector organisations working on anti-sectarian initiatives to include women, girls, and gender in that work. Date: May 2015

Filename: Making-sure-your-work-works---Gender-and-sectarianism.pdf | File size: 253KB | Tags: sectarianism
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The S word: screening notes

For the last two years, Engender has been involved in an ambitious project to speak to women across Scotland about intra-Christian sectarianism, and its effect on their lives. Part of this work included the making of a participatory film, led by three young women. These are the screening notes for that film. Date: May 2015

Filename: The-S-Word---screening-notes.pdf | File size: 117KB | Tags: sectarianism
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Women and sectarianism in Scotland: beyond football

In December 2012 Engender was funded to carry out a series of small workshops with women's organisations in Scotland. Working with existing partners, we held a number of short sessions to explore women's perspectives on intra-Christian sectarianism in Scotland. Women told us that their experience of sectarianism is different from men's. Our initial findings challenge some of the narratives around sectarianism in Scotland. Date: March 2014

Filename: Women-and-sectarianism-in-Scotland---March-2014.pdf | File size: 210KB | Tags: sectarianism
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