Older members of the local LGBT community will be able to attend a social dance next weekend.
Two men were captured on camera in a Kirkcaldy shopping arcade tearing down Pride flags that were later found burned.
Fifers are being urged to open up about their mental health at a new service being opened in Kirkcaldy.
The Equality Collective is open to anyone who is interested in making Fife a fairer place to live, work and study. The aim is to give you the opportunity to come together, creating a collective voice that can identify how communities can reduce the barriers that affect people. This weekend will be the second Collective … Continue reading Equality Collective – Second meeting!
A village providing housing for homeless people is being launched in Edinburgh. It has been built by the social enterprise Social Bite, and aims to offer support and opportunities to residents as well as accommodation.
Refugees who flee to Scotland can now apply for grants to help their family settle in the country, even if they are still separated from their loved ones.
UNESCO today is celebrating World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue & Development. The campaign #Unite4Heritage is a movement for the celebration and safeguarding of cultural heritage and diversity worldwide.
Models created from Sellotape are to be installed in the Kingdom Centre as part of a project aimed at defying Dementia.
Homeless people attending A&E at a Fife hospital are to be given specialist housing advice as part of a ground-breaking service delivered by Shelter Scotland and Fife Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP).
The first mosque to be built in the Western Isles is beginning to take shape.
Punish a Muslim Day was intended to scare and encourage violence against Muslims. But it ended up uniting communities instead.
Around 120,000 older Scots could be living with undiagnosed mental health conditions caused by loneliness and isolation, charities have warned.