Can Scotland shake off sectarianism?


Sectarianism remains a significant problem in Scotland, and a major concern for politicians across the political spectrum.

Students from Trinity High School in Rutherglen examine the issue and hear about "appalling behaviour" still taking place in different parts of the country.

Speaking to local MSP's James Kelly and Roseanna Cunningham, they ask what the government is doing to tackle the problem.

They also hear from local charity Nil by Mouth, which emphasises how "young people need to lead the charge" to dispel sectarianism.

School Report is an annual BBC project which helps young people make their own news reports for a real audience.

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