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Sandy Cameron, Sacro Chair; Angela Voulgari, Manager of Bright Choices; Andrew Philip, Sacro Director of Corporate Services, Aaron Slater, Manager of Fearless domestic abuse service.

Sacro picked up the Diversity Star Performer award at last night’s Herald and GenAnalytics national Diversity Awards.

The award is given to organisations of fewer than 250 employees and asked for “outstanding commitment shown by a company who maximise all the talents in their workforce to benefit and grow their organisation. The winning organisation will be able to provide strong evidence of active policies for promoting diversity and a strong track record of hiring and retaining individuals from diverse backgrounds”.

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Alan Mairs
Mark McDonald, Minister for Childcare and Early Years; Sharon Stirrat, Director of Operations, Sacro; Jana Ridegova, Project Worker, MCFB; Angela Voulgari, Service Team Leader, Sacro; Mitra, project worker; Githa, mediation worker; Nasim; project worker; Sally Magnusson, BBC Scotland

Pictured from left to right: Mark McDonald, Minister for Childcare and Early Years; Sharon Stirrat, Director of Operations, Sacro; Jana Ridegova, Project Worker, MCFB; Angela Voulgari, Service Team Leader, Sacro; Mitra, project worker; Githa, mediation worker; Nasim; project worker; Sally Magnusson, BBC Scotland).

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A Day in the Life of a Criminal Justice Worker SJM 2:2

Writing in the latest issue of Scottish Justice Matters, Sacro's Nicola McCloskey takes us through a typical day with the Another Way service. Nicola is a Criminal Justice Worker with the Edinburgh service which supports sex workers with the aim of helping them to exit from sex work.

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Care Accolades Finalist logo

Sacro’s Another Way and Assertive Outreach services have reached the final stages of the Scottish Social Services Council’s Care Accolades.

The services are represented in the “Innovation and Redesign” and “Children and Young People” categories respectively.