A group of refugees and asylum-seekers from Glasgow have set up a new campaign in response to the deep wounds the city has suffered as a direct result of inhumane treatment of people who seek asylum in the UK
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02 July 2020
27 June 2020
SACC gives a cautious welcome to the forthcoming public inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh. But we believe that the inquiry’s remit is only just wide enough for the task it must confront. If the inquiry is to succeed it will need to exercise its remit with boldness and determination.
05 June 2020
Statement on the proposed BlackLivesMatter demonstrations in Scotland, issued by Aamer Anwar and Kadie Johnson.
08 April 2020
The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act contains measures that cause us serious concern. We are also remain gravely concerned over Scottish Government proposals, not included in the Act but potentially still in the pipeline, to abolish jury trials. SACC is calling for 5 steps to be taken to set the situation right.
02 April 2020
The Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill contains measures that will alleviate the pressure on hundreds of thousands of ordinary people. It also contains measures intended only to relieve the pressure on government and governmental machinery
03 March 2020
As organisations opposed to all forms of racism, we regret that we are unable to support the march organised in Glasgow by Stand Up to Racism to mark the UN's International Day Against Racial Discrimination