Join representatives from Transgender Fife and the Scottish Trans Alliance as we discuss the facts around gender reform in Scotland, creating a better understanding of GRA reform as well as empowering people to join in with these discussions.
We live in an increasingly unequal world, where the gap between the richest and poorest – the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ – is becoming wider. In Scotland inequality is on the rise, and to tackle poverty, we need to start talking about inequality.
The Evidencing and Mainstreaming Equality Data Workshop is aimed at service providers wishing to improve the quality and usage of their data as a resource to actively promote equality. It builds on basic monitoring of protected characteristics to develop a better understanding of the equality field and will use cases studies of how equality evidence has been used in Fife and the UK to progress equality of opportunity.
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