We all like to listen to stories, versions of the same story, or different types of stories, but what’s important is that the narrative of a story has a powerful effect on us as people. We also like to tell stories, especially about things that happened to us. In fact, this is how we communicate on a daily basis, when we catch up with friends and family, we exchange stories. And the narrative of an event becomes even more important when we experience a negative incident. In narrating that incident, we allow others to empathize with us, but the narration also allows us to better process the facts and the emotional implications.
Police Scotland is committed to keeping people safe and protecting all our communities. We understand that daily life adhering to coronavirus (COVID-19 guidelines continues to be challenging for everyone.
Mid Fife and Glenrothes MSP, Jenny Gilruth, has written an open letter to EU citizens in her constituency to encourage them to apply for settled status before next year’s 30 June deadline. EU Citizens living in the UK have to apply for settled status as part of the UK Government’s post-Brexit registration system. Jenny is … Continue reading ONE YEAR TO APPLY FOR SETTLED STATUS: FIFE MSP ENCOURAGES EU CITIZENS TO STAY
As we move into Phases 1 and 2 out of lockdown, masks are becoming more and more important in the "new normal". FCE needs your help to create a design to put on a facemask. Don't worry! Entries from all ages and abilities are welcome. You can submit your entries via: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook … Continue reading FCE Mask Design Competition!
I have been listening and sharing stories of how ‘Black Lives Matter’ affecting us individually. Revisiting our own experiences of racism is draining and tiring. I salute the people who speak up and share their stories
Message from Assistant Chief Constable Gary Ritchie – 22nd May 2020 Police Scotland continue to urge victims and witnesses of hate crime to report it during the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand the impact this type of incident can have on individuals, their families, friends and the wider community. Police Scotland is fully committed to keeping … Continue reading POLICE SCOTLAND – MESSAGE TO COMMUNITIES
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, we've launched a wee competition to encourage people to be kind during the lockdown. Share with us a two-minute video of your community activity which demonstrates inclusion and kindness. In return, we will send you a little gift! Send your clips to us via: Email: email@example.com Facebook: Facebook.com/fifecentreforequalities Twitter: Twitter.com/FCE_Team … Continue reading Kindness in Lockdown Video Campaign