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Equalities Monthly - March 2024!

Hello world!

Welcome to the March edition of our Equalities Monthly, we can't believe how quickly the month has flown by! We're excited to show you all of the local events, awareness days, consultation opportunities and more.

We are always on the lookout for new activities and updates to add to our monthly, if you or your organisation has something coming up that you would like us to share, contact us and let us know.

You can also submit events to our new look Equality Calendar!


What have we been up to at FCE?

February has been a month of planning, preparing and analysing for us here at FCE! We have been busy preparing evaluations and analysis as part of our end of year reporting.

The Fife Equalities Forum came together on 14 Feb 2024, with members sharing service updates and exciting new opportunities for collaboration.

Our ME60+ Members, friends and Companion Support volunteers joined us on Tue 27 Feb 2024 to discuss the future of the project and make new connections.

On 08 Mar 2024 we were at Dunfermline East Church celebrating International Women's Day! A big thank you to all of our workshop leaders, stallholders and volunteers for helping us on the day.

Sarah was at Starks Park on 09 Mar 2024 handing out goodie bags to celebrate International Women's Day.

We attended the Dunfermline Soroptimists event on 14 Mar 2024 as part of their International Women's Day activities.


Equality Calendar Dates to look out for:

Our Equality Calendar showcases all of the upcoming equalities awareness days, partners events and local consultations! Check out some of the upcoming international days below:

Click here to visit our Equality Calendar, share your events and see what's on!


What's happening at FCE?

International Women's Day 2024 Celebrations

We'd like to say a huge thank you to all of the stallholders, workshop leaders, volunteers and staff who made our International Women's Day 2024 celebrations such a success.

We had a great afternoon of activities, with interesting book readings, thought-provoking collage-making, relaxing yoga and an informative talk on health screening.

Looking forward to gathering again next year. If you are interested in participating with an information stall about your services or hosting a workshop in 2025, you can get in touch and we'll make sure we keep you informed. 

Equality Testers

Fife Equalities Forum

Equality Calendar

FCE Companion Support

Is Fife becoming fairer?


Our Partners' News and Events

Deaf Communication Service - Learn a sign with me

As part of this year's Sign Language Week, the Deaf Communication Service will be hosting a stall at Kirkcaldy Townhouse on 19 Mar 2024, from 09:00 to 11:00 and 14:00 16:00.

Pop along, learn more about the support available and learn some BSL!

Shakti Women's Aid - Evaluation of Domestic Abuse Outreach Service for Black and Minority Ethnic Women

7 Habits of Highly Effective Families Sessions

Fife Deaf Communication Service - BSL Fife Local Plan 23-29


Consultations to look out for

Lynebank Green Space Survey

As part of NHS Fife's wider Greenspace Strategy, the Fife Health and Social Care Partnership are seeking feedback from both staff and visitors at Lynebank.

They would like to understand their preferences on potential additions to the site, the manner in which they intend to utilise the space, and the benefits they anticipate for themselves, their colleagues, as well as the broader community and local biodiversity.

Click Greenspace @ Lynebank - Questionnaire ( to have your say in the survey.

In March, the Health Promotion team will be partnering with Estates to gather feedback from their staff and visitors about what they'd like to see developed on the site. Please see details attached below 👇

Click Lynebank Greenspace Survey ( to watch a short video for more information on the Lynebank Greenspace Survey.

Ending conversion practices in Scotland: consultation

Guidance on inclusive design for town centres and busy streets

Martyn's Law: standard tier consultation


Staying Safe and Keeping Connected

The winter season can be especially tough for some. Fife Adult Support and Protection have released their Staying Safe and Keeping Well booklet, which has a wide range of different support available for anyone looking for a little helping hand.

Are you concerned about someone who may be at risk of harm or neglect?

Call the Fife Adult Protection Phone Line on 01383 602200 or in an emergency call 999.

If you have concerns about a child, call Social Work on 03451 55 15 03 or Police 101.




Get in touch

Do you have any concerns that you would like to share? Or just looking for a chat? Get in touch!

Call us on: 01592 645310

Text us using: 07800 005834

Or even write to us: New Volunteer House, 16 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy KY1 1XT



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