A Glasgow theatre is to be given £400,000 to host plays and workshops about sectarianism.
The Citizens Theatre will use the £402,740 to hold events in primary schools across North Lanarkshire.
The grant is part of a £861,558 pot of further investment in community projects to fight bigotry and sectarian attitudes.
It comes in response to a report by the independent advisory group on tackling sectarianism, which was published in December and called for a greater focus on the issue.
Announcing the new cash on Friday, community safety minister Roseanna Cunningham said: “When taking on the portfolio for tackling sectarianism I set myself two key tasks – to ensure communities were at the heart of work to tackle it and to improve our knowledge and understanding of sectarianism by ensuring our work is based on robust evidence of what works.”
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