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17th December 2013

Earlier in December, YouthLink Scotland launched the first ever book documenting the stories behind communities who have benefited from the proceeds of crime.

The book tells the stories of young people involved with innovative projects across the country and how this money makes a real difference to communities.

Sixteen projects from across Scotland have contributed to the book. The stories include how the

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