With so much to see and do across the country on 30 November, we round up a few of the events and charitable causes we're most excited about this year
The St Andrews Fair Saturday International Ceilidh is organised by Fife Centre for Equalities with the Centre for Minorities Research at the University of St Andrews for people from all nationalities and ethnicities and celebrate St Andrews day on the principles of social inclusion, fairness and sharing. Join us for some food and a reel … Continue reading Fair Saturday International Ceilidh
AN initiative to boost the number of young people from deprived communities in Scotland’s universities should provide a “step change in knowledge” on how to achieve this.
Pupils were supported by charity Action for Children to create the Inclusion and Diversity Charter Mark to recognise schools promoting inclusion.
Detailed information on the demographics of the creative workforce has been released for the first time in seven years.
More than 200 players from 23 teams across Scotland descended upon Toryglen as the Scottish FA Multicultural Football Festival took centre stage.
A training programme has been launched to give young Scottish TV talent from diverse backgrounds a route into the industry.
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!
On 04 Nov 2018, we co-hosted a career information day with Sky Contact Centre Dunfermline. The purpose of the day was to give an insight into what it's like to work in a Sky contact centre, the range of positions available, what skills you will develop whilst working there and the recruitment process. There … Continue reading Sky Career Information Day – 04 Nov 2018
More students from some of Scotland’s most economically challenged areas are taking up places at Edinburgh University, according to a report.
An evening hearing about the experiences and culture of Syrian refugee families living in Perth will take place later this month.
THE director of CBI Scotland has called for “open and honest” discussion around gender diversity in the workplace after a new report revealed that women working in finance and accounting roles take longer than their male counterparts to reach executive level.
Emma has lived in High Valleyfield all her life, she is a foster carer and became a volunteer at the Canteen as she had some free time. She thinks the Canteen is great as it revitalises the community and attracts new people from a wide range of backgrounds. You can find the full interview below: