The Equality Collective is the engagement arm of FCE, acting as a driver for change.
By becoming a part of the Equality Collective you stay informed in what is going on in the equalities world, with events going on throughout the year it is the perfect opportunity for people to come together and have their voices heard, to help make their communities and Fife a more inclusive place that appreciates and respects everyone living, working or studying there.
As a member of the Equality Collective:
Have the chance to take part in focus groups, consultations, surveys, interviews and more activities.
Be invited to come along to our events, workshops, training and celebrations.
Raise your concerns about any barriers access to services due to your protected characteristics.
Share your personal stories and experiences with us and help promote the rich and diverse population of Fife.
Keep informed through
- Dates for your diary
- Accessing our information, guides and tool-kits
- Our Email communications
Click the here to sign up to our Email communications
Keep us informed by
- Raising your concerns – if you or anyone you know feels they have been treated unfairly or have an issue with a service you have received or tried to access let us know
- Letting us know how we can help you
- Sharing your stories with us
Engaging Easy-to-Ignore Communities Guidance
We have just launched our latest piece of guidance, “Engaging with EASY-TO-IGNORE Communities“.
This guidance aims to further your understanding of community engagement and to provide practical guidance for planners, commissioners, service providers and other relevant stakeholders.
Download a copy of the guidance here.
Have any questions or looking for a bit more information? Get in touch with us.
Every second Friday at 11:00 we host our “Meet the Team” session on our Facebook Group! This is a great chance to have a wee blether about how you’re getting on and if there are any barriers that you have faced while out in the community, whilst learning a bit more about our team and what we do.
Join the group here: www.facebook.com/groups/EqualityCollective/