MIN is pleased to be able to offer a new advice, information and support service on Tuesdays provided by the Scottish Refugee Council. Call or pop in to book an appointment or to find out more information.
This week sees Hate Crime Awareness Week run for it’s second year with events taking place across Glasgow from 8th to 15th October 2016.
MIN is a 3rd Party Reporting Centre which means if you have been the victim of a Hate Crime or have witnessed Hate Crime but are worried about reporting it to the Police, you can report it through MIN with our trained staff. For more information on Hate Crime visit the Hate Crime Scotland website.
Earlier this year our MIN Voices group were visited by a representative from the Procurator Fiscal Service who informed the members about a new booklet they had produced in collaboration with HND Legal Services students from New College Lanarkshire, the Crown Office and Police Scotland.
The booklet Welcome to Scotland: A Guide to Scots Law can help new arrivals understand the every day rules and laws that will affect them now they are living in Scotland and our MIN Voices members found it very helpful and interesting to discuss laws that they were unaware of and ask further questions.
You can view or download the booklet in English here or visit the New College Lanarkshire website for links to versions in Amharic, Arabic, Farsi, Lithuanian, Oromo, Polish, Russian, Chinese, Tigrinya and Urdu.