“What’s in a Name?” – Nina Munday (née To), Chief Executive, Fife Centre for Equalities

Recently I have been feeling uncomfortable with my surname.  I love my husband and I am happy to share his name.  However, professionally, I feel it isn’t right that I associate my success with a name that I wasn’t born with, i.e. not my own family name. It is well documented that people with ‘foreign’ … Continue reading “What’s in a Name?” – Nina Munday (née To), Chief Executive, Fife Centre for Equalities

Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – 2018-19

In June 2018, FCE made an announcement that we were awarded £5000 by the Scottish Government to develop a local project to tackle the under-representation of disabled, minority ethnic or transgender women as voters, political activists and representatives in Fife.  We named this project as ‘Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics’. At the time, we … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics – 2018-19

Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics -Dismantle Barriers for Disabled / Minority Ethnic / Trans Women in Politics and Society

The fourth event in the Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics programme is here! This event looks at discussing and developing long-term solutions, aiming to eliminate the barriers that stop women from fully participating in society. Lunch will be provided, please let us know if you have any dietary requirements. We can also provide creche, … Continue reading Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics -Dismantle Barriers for Disabled / Minority Ethnic / Trans Women in Politics and Society