Inaccurate figures and a lack of sanctions risk making a “mockery” of the gender pay gap reporting system, critics have warned following an in-depth Guardian analysis of submissions.
Visual art and craft organisation Fife Contemporary has given young photographers in Kirkcaldy and St Andrews the opportunity to work with professional artist Jannica Honey and make high quality work for an exhibition marking Scotland’s LGBT+ History Month
LGBT History Month takes place all throughout February, every year.
Scotland’s main Highland Games body, which has faced strong criticism over its lack of gender equality for female athletes, will today be under pressure to discuss including transgender non-binary categories in its events.
Thousands of women council workers in Glasgow are set to receive payouts that unions estimate could reach more than £500m in total following the resolution of a 12-year equal pay battle.
Over two-thirds of teachers have had no recent training on LGBT+ issues, according to a survey, with teachers reporting that, as a result, discrimination often goes unchallenged in schools.
A state of the nation report shows women, ethnic minorities and the disabled are still getting a raw deal in Scotland. The authors of Is Scotland Fairer? – the country’s biggest study yet into equality and human rights - warn our nation’s inequalities aren’t going away.
Equality and Human Rights Commission at odds with women’s groups
A CHARITY has launched a safe and anonymous way for young victims of hate crimes to report incidents.
Business leaders from international companies including Coca-Cola, Citi and Deloitte have called for gay marriage to be legalised in Northern Ireland.
Activists aim to ensure no one is left on the sidelines throughout Glasgow 2018.
Campaigners have called on the government to mark the 90th anniversary of universal women’s suffrage by requiring all political parties to publish data on the proportion of women among their parliamentary and local government candidates.
Fife Pride delivered on being "bigger and better" than 2017! Another great year of celebrations and entertainment. A huge congratulations to all the volunteers, partners, organisations, groups and individuals on making the day such a success!
Controversial gay conversion therapies are to be banned under a new LGBT action plan outlined by the Government.
The Scottish Government is facing a court challenge over schools guidance suggesting teachers need not tell parents if their child wants to change gender.