On the 29th May 2015 the Advisory Group on Tackling Sectarianism in Scotland published their final report (http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/05/4296) and findings from their engagement and work, this followed their interim report from December 2013. Within their report, following feedback from communities and organisations across Scotland, was a revised definition of sectarianism in Scotland. In their final report the Advisory Group have again asked for the revised definition to be tested by and within communities. The revised definition is:
Sectarianism in Scotland is a mixture of perceptions, attitudes, actions, and structures that involves overlooking, excluding, discriminating against or being abusive or violent towards others on the basis of their perceived Christian denominational background. This perception is always mixed with other factors such as, but not confined to, politics, football allegiance and national identity.
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