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The Scottish Government is looking for proposals for the national anti-bullying service

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30th April 2015 by Paul Cardwell 0 Comments

The Scottish Government is inviting proposals from organisations looking to provide the future anti-bullying service in Scotland.

It launched the RespectMe service in 2007 and is now seeking expressions of interest from agencies to continue to develop and deliver it.

The national anti-bullying service aims to contribute towards making Scotland become a just, equal and inclusive society where all children and young people can live free from bullying and are encouraged to reach their full potential; It will promote a positive ethos in school, community and family life based on core values of equality, inclusion and children’s rights.

Proposals should be in step with the National Approach to Anti-Bullying for Scotland’s Children and Young People and expressions of interest should be made by 29 May to

A full information pack which includes: how to apply, application form and full details of the project requirements will be then be forwarded.

Partnership and consortium applications are welcome.