Fife Centre for Equalities: Small Investments in Fife Communities

Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) are pleased to announce that six more community-led groups across Fife have been awarded the Fife Equality Community Grants – a local funding initiative developed in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund and members of Fife Equalities Forum. The latest round of Fife Equality Community Grants, which closed in … Continue reading Fife Centre for Equalities: Small Investments in Fife Communities

Frontline Fife launches towards equality in homelessness services and gains the Bronze Equality Pathfinder Award, a local recognition scheme developed by Fife Centre for Equalities.

Frontline Fife launches towards equality in homelessness services and gains the Bronze Equality Pathfinder Award, a local recognition scheme developed by Fife Centre for Equalities. Click here to download as a PDF: FCE Frontline Fife BRONZE Award PR 01-10-21 Frontline Fife is a charity which tackles the underlying causes and symptoms of homelessness and poverty … Continue reading Frontline Fife launches towards equality in homelessness services and gains the Bronze Equality Pathfinder Award, a local recognition scheme developed by Fife Centre for Equalities.

Fife Centre for Equalities: Small Grants but Big Outcomes

Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) are honoured to announce the first set of projects to be awarded the Fife Equality Community Grants – a local funding initiative developed in partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund and members of Fife Equalities Forum.   The first of two rounds of Fife Equality Community Grants received 19 applications in total.  After much deliberation by an assessment panel, eight projects have been awarded £300 each to proceed with … Continue reading Fife Centre for Equalities: Small Grants but Big Outcomes

Fife Contemporary celebrates being the first Arts organisation to gain the Bronze Equality Pathfinder Award!

Fife Contemporary is an independent visual art & craft organisation based in St Andrews, Fife, Scotland and delivers a programme through partnerships and several locations or outlets in Fife and also online through their digital service.   Fife Contemporary made a public statement on their stance to reject racism, support the Black Lives Matter movement … Continue reading Fife Contemporary celebrates being the first Arts organisation to gain the Bronze Equality Pathfinder Award!

LOCAL GRANTS FOR LOCAL GROUPS

Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) are delighted to announce a new partnership with The National Lottery Community Fund and members of Fife Equalities Forum to distribute community grants for small community-led groups.   These small grants aim to help community-led groups to build their capacity to engage with wider diverse communities and help improve the … Continue reading LOCAL GRANTS FOR LOCAL GROUPS

Equality Pathfinders: Hill of Beath Hawthorn Football Club gains Bronze Award and full SFA membership

FCE would like to congratulate Hill of Beath Hawthorn Football Club for gaining the Equality Pathfinders Bronze Award by taking steps to make their club more accessible to disabled people as well as in their commitment to equality of opportunity to all people of Fife. Double celebrations on their gaining their full SFA membership and … Continue reading Equality Pathfinders: Hill of Beath Hawthorn Football Club gains Bronze Award and full SFA membership

Sky Dunfermline Bronze Equality Pathfinders Award

Equality Pathfinders – Sky Dunfermline working towards Silver level!

Sky Dunfermline is taking on the challenge to improve the diversity of their workforce ensuring their recruitment practices are more inclusive. Sky Dunfermline are currently taking part in the Equality Pathfinder Award Scheme run by Fife Centre for Equalities as part of their move towards becoming a more inclusive business. The team successfully completed their … Continue reading Equality Pathfinders – Sky Dunfermline working towards Silver level!

Fife Centre for Equalities’ Statement: Lee vs. Asher’s Baking Company Ltd.

The case of Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd and others has again highlight the complexity of applying the Equality Act when both respondent and appellant are protected by the same Act. We believe that it was right for the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland to support Mr Lee because we need cases like this to test the Act. Please do approach FCE if you believe that you have been discriminated against. We will support and guide you to understand your rights under the Equality Act.