The Scottish Government has announced that all schools and early learning centres will be closed from Friday 19 March 2020. FCE has compiled a list of local, national updates as well as activities relating to equality and diversity for anyone teaching children from home.
Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) worked with Active Schools Fife to ensure their leadership programmes were accessible to all young people
On Thursday 27 February 2020, a few members of Fife Women and Inclusion in Politics got together at High Valleyfield Community Centre to reminisce about what we learned and the good feelings we had when we attended the previous events. We also discussed how this project can move forward to include more marginalised women. JoContinue reading Fife Women’s Tent – New Developments
Fife for Centre for Equalities is following the advice to work from home when practicable and travel as little as possible. Our offices will be closed from 5pm on Monday 16 March until the health risk to our staff, service users and partners has reduced significantly. The FCE team will continue to work office hours (9-5pm,Continue reading FCE OFFICE CLOSURE
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.Continue reading Mythbusting: A Discussion on Gender Recognition Reform – 04 Mar 2020
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. Continue reading Your voice, Your say: Let’s Talk Inequality – 27 Feb 2020
Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) helped a local disabled woman to win her discrimination case after she was dismissed by her employer. Continue reading FCE Press Release: Fife Disabled Woman Wins Discrimination Case
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.Continue reading FCE Training – Evidencing and Mainstreaming Equality Data Workshop
Find out how £22 million is spent on subsidised transport, the barriers people face when travelling to and from hospital and hear real-life experiences of transport in Fife from our Different Paths project. Then share your views and be part of the partnership that helps make passenger transport more accessible and user friendly as FifeContinue reading Equality Collective – Let’s talk passenger transport in Fife
I’m currently a 2nd-year student at Dundee University studying Community Education. During this course, I had a 70-day placement to complete 3 pieces of work, and I was lucky to have received my placement at Fife Centre for Equalities.
Sky Dunfermline is taking on the challenge to improve the diversity of their workforce ensuring their recruitment practices are more inclusive.
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.Continue reading General Election 2019: Equality Hustings – Tuesday 3 December 17:30-20:00.
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.