Minority ethnic communities
View minority ethnic communities information on:
- Tenants in the Private Rented Sector
- Living and Working in the North East of Scotland
- Reporting Prejudice Incidents
- Gypsy Travellers
You can view our information for Tenants in the Private Rented Sector (pdf 384KB). It provides information in Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese and Russian and other languages on request.
The Living and Working in North East Scotland guide welcomes new people to life and work in the North East. The document is produced by Integrate Grampian, a multi-agency group, consisting of public bodies and the third sector, working together to promote good relations between communities. It is available in Arabic, Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, Portuguese and Russian.
Prejudice incidents are any incidents that you believe unfairly discriminates against someone because of their age, belief, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation. If you are a witness to an incident you can report it. Further details on reporting, and general information can be found within the Equalities section of the website.