This year the world has been affected by a virus, COVID-19, and each country has tackled it in their own way. In Fife, volunteer groups have emerged to help local communities deal with the impact of the pandemic where they felt that there was a need for more support in their area. People have stepped … Continue reading S.H.I.E.L.D – a community group that has grown during lockdown in Fife
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: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: Facebook.com/fifecentreforequalities Twitter: Twitter.com/FCE_Team … Continue reading Kindness in Lockdown Video Campaign
People with learning disabilities or autism can leave the house for exercise more than once a day and can travel outside of their local area under current lockdown measures, the government has said.
“We are all in this together”. Of course in one way that is perfectly true, but in other ways it is perfectly not true. We look here at some of those groups who are facing the most severe consequences from Covid-19 – who seem to be suﬀering a disproportionate impact, both in the UK and globally. There are also bound to be serious longer term eﬀects – though they will vary according to what governments do, how the virus took hold and the state of economies
The evening of 8 April is the beginning of Passover, one of the most important religious festivals of the Jewish calendar.