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
In Let's Keep Chatting Episode 4, we are with Saje Scotland, a community voice organisation based in Fife. Saje Scotland was established in 2011 and helps women dealing with domestic abuse in every corner of the country. Her-story Rewritten - 1 Year Anniversary today Listen in as we chat with Janet Henderson, one of the … Continue reading Let’s Keep Chatting S1E4 – Saje Scotland
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination takes place annually on 21 March, the theme for 2019 is #FightRacism.
International Women's Day takes place annually on 08 March, the theme for 2019 is #BalanceforBetter.
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!
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is consulting on a range of powers that they can use to enforce the law and have set in their draft policy on their plans so that employers follow the law without the need for formal enforcement action. The consulting is on the planned approach to enforcement and comments are welcome from … Continue reading Have your say: EHRC plans to enforce the gender pay gap regulations consultation