A theatrical project that targets school pupils with an anti-bigotry message has been awarded funds by the Scottish Government.
The Citizens' Theatre will use the £116,000 to devise a stage play with 40 school pupils in South Lanarkshire.
Workshops for a further 800 pupils will be held on issues surrounding bigotry and sectarianism.
The project previously ran in Glasgow, where the Scottish Government said it was highly praised.
A separate £9000 will go to the Festival of Spirituality and Peace to run events tackling sectarianism.
Community safety minister Roseanna Cunningham said: "Hatred of any kind has no place in modern Scotland and we need to do everything we can to stop it wherever and whenever it occurs, while tackling the root causes."
She added: "Sectarianism has ruined the lives of too many people and too many communities for far long enough.
"Working with organisations and communities across the country, we are determined to take wide-ranging action to eradicate it once and for all."
The Scottish Parliament brought in laws aimed at tackling religious-sectarian hate crime earlier this year.