ONE YEAR TO APPLY FOR SETTLED STATUS: FIFE MSP ENCOURAGES EU CITIZENS TO STAY

Mid Fife and Glenrothes MSP, Jenny Gilruth, has written an open letter to EU citizens in her constituency to encourage them to apply for settled status before next year’s 30 June deadline. EU Citizens living in the UK have to apply for settled status as part of the UK Government’s post-Brexit registration system. Jenny is … Continue reading ONE YEAR TO APPLY FOR SETTLED STATUS: FIFE MSP ENCOURAGES EU CITIZENS TO STAY

Equality Cats: Lockdown Edition!

The Equality Cats have had to stop their tour of Fife because of the lockdown, but that's not stopping them from having fun! They've been keeping themselves busy with lots of different activities, from learning an instrument to a spot of gardening. A big thank you to Axelle (https://portfolio.axlcreations.co.uk/portfolio/) for capturing the Equality Cats in … Continue reading Equality Cats: Lockdown Edition!

Media Volunteering Opportunity at FCE (Different Paths)

About this opportunity: Fife Centre for Equalities is carrying a study of people aged 55+ with experience of living, working or studying in Fife. We are hoping to improve the understanding of the different experiences of moving through life for people with protected characteristics. We are looking for volunteers to help us prepare an online … Continue reading Media Volunteering Opportunity at FCE (Different Paths)

Police Scotland’s Community Reassurance Message – 15 March 2019

Message from Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson.

Following the incident of Monday 19 June 2017 in Finsbury Park, London, I assure you that Police Scotland remains united with all communities. Obviously this comes soon after the attacks in London and Manchester as well as other attacks abroad. Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected.

FCE YOYP Equality Conference: a first step in finding #YourSpace

2018 was the Year of Young People and FCE committed to providing a platform for young people’s voices, ideas and experiences about equality to be heard. We were awarded £800 from BEMIS for the conference to invite young people to tell us what matters the most and explain what they would like to do to … Continue reading FCE YOYP Equality Conference: a first step in finding #YourSpace

Scottish Government Position on EU Citizen rights

Message from Assistant Chief Constable Steve Johnson.

Following the incident of Monday 19 June 2017 in Finsbury Park, London, I assure you that Police Scotland remains united with all communities. Obviously this comes soon after the attacks in London and Manchester as well as other attacks abroad. Our thoughts are with everyone who has been affected.

FCE Roundtable on: Human Rights and the Scottish Parliament

FCE is hosting a roundtable on Human Rights on Wednesday 28 February, 1-3pm at New Volunteer House, 16 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy KY1 1XT. Points raised in the discussion will be submitted to the Equalities and Human Rights Committee of the Scottish Parliament for the upcoming parliamentary review. (click here for a detailed document about … Continue reading FCE Roundtable on: Human Rights and the Scottish Parliament

Have your say: EHRC plans to enforce the gender pay gap regulations consultation

The Equality and Human Rights Commission is consulting on a range of powers that they can use to enforce the law and have set in their draft policy on their plans so that employers follow the law without the need for formal enforcement action. The consulting is on the planned approach to enforcement and comments are welcome from … Continue reading Have your say: EHRC plans to enforce the gender pay gap regulations consultation

BREXIT: JUST 15 MONTHS TO GO: WHAT SCOTLAND IS MAKING OF BREXIT

Summary This report  by NatCen compares the changes in opinion on Brexit over the last 15 months in Scotland. Just as across Britain as a whole, a majority of voters in Scotland would ideally like Brexit to result in greater control of EU migration as well as the maintenance of free trade. Contrary to the … Continue reading BREXIT: JUST 15 MONTHS TO GO: WHAT SCOTLAND IS MAKING OF BREXIT

Winter: the Coldest Season

This project from Mike Delaitre – a local singer/songwriter, musician and video story-maker will be a short film which will explore through interviews with individuals and families, who have come to live in Fife from different countries and cultures, a series of questions and answers on experiences of the winter months. Find out a bit more about the … Continue reading Winter: the Coldest Season

Fife Universal Credit Roll Out

Come along and visit one of our many Brexit discussion sessions, with the opportunity to ask questions, share your concerns or opinions or even just for a coffee and a chat. We will hold the sessions on: Monday 19th June, 10:30am-12:30pm Town House , 2 Wemyssfield, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1XW. Wednesday 21st June, 6:30-8:30pm Parkgate Community Centre […]