Recently I have been feeling uncomfortable with my surname. I love my husband and I am happy to share his name. However, professionally, I feel it isn’t right that I associate my success with a name that I wasn’t born with, i.e. not my own family name. It is well documented that people with ‘foreign’ … Continue reading “What’s in a Name?” – Nina Munday (née To), Chief Executive, Fife Centre for Equalities
Fife Centre for Equalities are excited to announce that we will be continuing our partnership with SKY (Dunfermline) as part of the Scottish Government’s Women Returners project! The Women Returners Project aims to ensure that marginalised women are not further disadvantaged in the labour market as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will be … Continue reading Fife Women’s Tent – Women Returners at Sky Dunfermline
October was the month of art in the Fife Women's Tent! Members shared their own paintings, doodles, sculptures and more.
Come along and learn some Brazilian dance moves with Josianne! We are delighted to announce that we have Josianne Lawrence joining us at our Women and Inclusion in Politics event on Saturday 16th March. Josianne will introduce you to Brazilian dance, using authentic music, followed by a question/answer session where you get the opportunity to … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Josianne Lawrence
Don’t miss Chantal introducing Rwandan dance and music! On Saturday 16th March we are thrilled to announce that the inspirational Chantal Mrimi will be joining us at our Women and Inclusion in Politics event. Watch while Chantal demonstrates Rwandan dancing, and even learn some steps yourself! Treat yourself and join us at CISWO, North Street, … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – Chantal Mrimi