With the outbreak of COVID-19, a lot of people have found themselves in turbulent working environments and an uncertain future. This has caused many people to suffer from poor mental health. More and more organisations are realising the impact of this and are trying to implement new structures, training etc. to raise awareness and try … Continue reading Equality News Update: Fife Today: How Scots can find help to improve workplace mental health
Young people’s charities have joined forces with the national agency for youth work to support jobseekers impacted by Covid-19.
Janis McDonald, chief officer at deafscotland, highlights the importance of inclusive communication – sharing information in a way that everybody can understand.
Two Edinburgh based friends have raised thousands in order to bring a vibrant sober queer cafe to the city.
Covid-19 has supercharged inequalities for disabled people, a new report has claimed.
Concerns that Covid-19 restrictions are leaving poorer children with "very little to eat" have been raised in the Scottish Parliament.
Audit Scotland’s latest briefing paper has found that the coronavirus pandemic will have significant consequences for public spending in Scotland now and well into the future.
More than half a million disabled young people will be hit by a double disadvantage as they try to move from education to employment unless urgent action is taken, disability groups have warned.
The number of young people claiming out-of-work benefits in Fife has risen since March, according to new figures.
The gender employment gap, which measures the difference between the employment rates for men and women, decreased from 8.2 percentage points in 2009 to 6.3 percentage points last year.
A new project has been launched to help remote workers embrace innovation.
Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) helped a local disabled woman to win her discrimination case after she was dismissed by her employer.
Young women beginning apprenticeships face a gender pay gap that sees them paid six per cent less than their male counterparts, a study has revealed.
Campaigners say those with additional needs face a 'cliff edge' at the end of their teenage years.
Disabled employees are paid 12.2% less than their non-disabled peers, according to official data.