Learning from life stories to shape future service planning and delivery in Fife.
The St Andrews Fair Saturday International Ceilidh is organised by Fife Centre for Equalities with the Centre for Minorities Research at the University of St Andrews for people from all nationalities and ethnicities and celebrate St Andrews day on the principles of social inclusion, fairness and sharing.
As part of furthering the work of Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics to help tackle the under-representation of disabled, minority ethnic or transgender women as voters, activists and representatives, we are delivering three events to bring women together to talk about labels placed on women.
Come to our lunchtime workshop to learn about Gender, Race and Disability Paygaps and gaps in Life Expectancy and their implications on Equality.
Congratulations to the Kingdom Group for achieving the Bronze level of the
Equality Pathfinders Award.Continue reading Equality News Update: Kingdom Group embraces Fife’s local equality recognition scheme and becomes the latest Equality Pathfinder.
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.
Fife Centre for Equalities and Amina MWRC would like to invite women who live work or study in Fife to take part in a women’s event to help understand the challenges women face today and then explore how individuals can start to overcome these challenges.Continue reading FCE Training – Overcoming Unconscious Bias
Fife’s charities and Fife Council have joined forces to help EU Citizens apply for Settled Status.Continue reading Equality News Update: Organisations United to Support EU Citizens to Settle in Fife
Equality Cats at Fife Pride 2019 Nina, Elric, Lewis and our three Mascots (Fifi, Nitro and Gizzy) were having lots of fun at the Fife Centre for Equalities’ stall at this year’s Fife Pride on 06 July 2019. Many people were happy to be photographed with Elric’s creation – Equality Cats TV Frame. Some even took onContinue reading Introducing the Equality Cats TV Frame
World Refugee Day takes place annually on the 20th June. The theme for 2019 is #StepWithRefugeesContinue reading World Refugee Day 2019 #StepWithRefugees
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 onlineContinue reading Media Volunteering Opportunity at FCE (Different Paths)
This invitation to tender is to undertake investigative research to better understand the barriers experienced by communities of protected characteristics that are affected by poverty in Fife.
The research aims to deepen practitioners’ understanding of multiple barriers experienced by people in their day to day living and also help to ensure that the most vulnerable to poverty are not further disadvantaged because of their protected characteristics.
Continue reading Hard Up Communities in Fife – Welfare Reform and Equality
In the wake of rising hate crime, the Muslim Council of Scotland has organised a national vigil for peace. Scots across the nation will stand together to reject hatred and division.Continue reading Equality News Update: Fife Mosques’ vigils for peace
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination takes place annually on 21 March, the theme for 2019 is #FightRacism.Continue reading International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – #FightRacism 21 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.Continue reading Police Scotland’s Community Reassurance Message – 15 March 2019