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
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!
Fife Centre for Equalities invites you to put your questions about equality to candidates standing in the General Elections on 8 June 2017. We will focus on topics that are relevant to the UK level, in contrast to our previous Equality Hustings on held 26 April that concentrated on local issues.
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)
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.
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
The number of university students in Scotland seeking support for mental health issues has increased by two-thirds over five years, analysis shows.
Following a year of intense debate around ‘gender recognition’, five trans young people speak to Caitlin Logan about what it really means to be trans in Scotland today
More Scots are being forced to apply for crisis grants to help feed their families and heat their homes, it has emerged.
Responding to the Budget announcement, the British Safety Council welcomed the Government’s commitment of £2bn annually to support NHS mental health services by 2023-24.
More students from some of Scotland’s most economically challenged areas are taking up places at Edinburgh University, according to a report.
MEDICS are to receive specialist help on aiding cancer patients with learning disabilities as charities aim to close a gap in life expectancy.
An unprecedented number of leading charities have come together to call on Nicola Sturgeon to lead from the front and ensure Scotland becomes the world leader in tackling loneliness and isolation.
A state of the nation report shows women, ethnic minorities and the disabled are still getting a raw deal in Scotland.
The authors of Is Scotland Fairer? – the country’s biggest study yet into equality and human rights – warn our nation’s inequalities aren’t going away.
A Cupar teenager, who beat leukaemia, has opened the first childhood cancer drop-in centre in Fife.