FCE Response to the Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland

FCE responded to the Scottish Goverment's Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland closing today with the points below. Our position took into consideration the points raised during our roundtables, feedback from community groups and members in Fife and also incorporates references to current research on the barriers faced by protected characteristics groups. To download a … Continue reading FCE Response to the Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland

FCE Response to Let’s Talk: the new plan for Fife

An Equality Perspective on the Draft Plan for Fife Local Outcome Improvement Plan 2017 – 2027 FCE held on Wednesday 25 October 2017 in New Volunteer House a roundtable discussion on the Fife Partnership plan to make Fife by 2027 a place where all residents live good lives, make informed choices and have a sense … Continue reading FCE Response to Let’s Talk: the new plan for Fife

Hate Crime legislation: Scottish Government Independent Review

Fife Centre for Equalities has submitted a response to the Scottish Government's Independent review of hate crime legislation. While this consultation is now closed, served as a first point of call towards a more in-depth consultation led by Lord Bracadle over this coming summer. In our view, we welcome the review and also the use of … Continue reading Hate Crime legislation: Scottish Government Independent Review