The Scottish Government has announced that all schools and early learning centres will be closed from Friday 19 March 2020. FCE has compiled a list of local, national updates as well as activities relating to equality and diversity for anyone teaching children from home. National Updates: Education Scotland: https://education.gov.scot/education-scotland/news-and-events/ Scottish Government News: https://www.gov.scot/education/ Local Updates: … Continue reading Coronavirus Fife: School Closures and Resources
Find out how £22 million is spent on subsidised transport, the barriers people face when travelling to and from hospital and hear real-life experiences of transport in Fife from our Different Paths project. Then share your views and be part of the partnership that helps make passenger transport more accessible and user friendly as Fife … Continue reading Equality Collective – Let’s talk passenger transport in Fife
Learning from life stories to shape future service planning and delivery in Fife. This event offers a unique opportunity to service providers from the third, statutory and private sector. You will hear from the experiences from those who took part in Fife Centre for Equalities “Different Paths” project and about the invisible barriers which were … Continue reading Different Paths “Invisible Barriers”
Recently one of our board members, Dave Davies, has had his article featured in the Independence Magazine. In the article Dave shares his experiences of growing up, politics and promoting equality.
FCE were approached by West Fife Enterprise to help them develop an accessible Jam shed. The aim of the shed is to provide an accessible space where people from all walks of life can come together in a relaxed informal setting to play, learn or teach a variety of musical instruments. The Jam shed is … Continue reading Creating an Accessible Jam Shed – Case Study
Robbie is a volunteer driver for LinkLiving - who also provides one-to-one support for older people, he thinks community cafes are great for people that need extra help and support. They give people a new lease on life and bring generations together. You can find the full interview below: