Fife’s key workers have reported increasing racial abuse and vandalism since the start of the coronavirus lockdown.
The Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) has brought unprecedented challenges for the public and communities. I want to reassure Scottish communities who may feel increasingly vulnerable due to the significant changes this pandemic brings to our way of life.
People who are already affected by poverty can also face additional barriers in accessing anti-poverty measures or initiatives, due to their protected characteristics. Join us to find out the key issues as Fife Council Research Team and Fife Centre for Equalities present their joint findings from their collaborative research on Poverty and Protected Characteristics in … Continue reading Let’s Leave No One Behind: Poverty and Protected Characteristics
This is an Equality Collective event looking at Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. It will focus on recent cases and highlight that human trafficking and modern slavery can happen in Fife. We will explore the signs that may indicate someone as potentially either a victim or perpetrator of human trafficking and modern slavery. This … Continue reading Human Trafficking and Slavery – Its closer than you think
Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) is encouraging women who live, work or study in Fife to take part in the UN review of the status of women’s rights in the UK.