An independent Fife charity that provides free expert advice and assistance fielded more than 1,200 enquiries during the first 12 weeks of Universal Credit, it has emerged.
Equality and Human Rights Commission at odds with women’s groups
HEALTH chiefs have been accused of racism after sending an email to staff advising them to avoid approaching or speaking to Gypsy/Travellers.
St Andrews and Dundee universities have been given funding to research how Muslims and Roma people have integrated into local communities.
A CHARITY has launched a safe and anonymous way for young victims of hate crimes to report incidents.
Organisations across the children’s sector and beyond have joined Children in Scotland on a milestone anniversary to call for improvements to the lives of children and young people in Scotland.
The first ever campaign targeting the perpetrators of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Scotland has been launched by police.
Skills Development Scotland announces the findings on Ada Lovelace Day - but adds more still has to be done to continue to promote gender equality
Fife Centre for Equalities is calling for proposals for a project to carry out investigative research to better understand the barriers experienced by communities of protected characteristics that are affected by poverty.
A new National Autistic Society campaign is educating shops about how to make their stores less stressful for people with autism.
Bereaved parents have led a fundraising drive to create new maternity unit family rooms to help people coping with the death of a baby.
A two-day, bespoke training course designed by two senior charge nurses in Fife has won a prestigious award.
Fife pupils are helping tell the largely unknown tale of the Suffragette movement in Scotland.
There is an "urgent" need for anti-racist education in Scotland's schools, according to a teaching union.
CIVIL partnerships could be extended to mixed-sex couples or phased out completely, depending on the outcome of a Scottish Government consultation.