A great evening with Lord Bracadale on 27th September! During the Consultation over 30 representatives from various Ethnic Minority Communities in Fife discussed Hate Crime issues and shared thoughts on Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland.
If you missed the event you can still take part in Consultation Exercise, please visit https://consult.scotland.gov.uk/hate-crime/independent-review-of-hate-crime-legislation/
About the Review:http://www.gov.scot/About/Review/Hate-Crime-Legislation
On 28th March 2017 FRAE Fife held the Environmental Project Showcase event in partnership with Kirkcaldy Old Kirk Trust, Hayfield Community Centre and Greener Kirkcaldy The
eco-afternoon was full of attractions not only for the participants of the project but also for walk-in guests . All attendees had an opportunity to explore our Climate Challenge Fund projects
related to saving energy and eco living, get “Save on Bills” advice and learn useful tips how to decrease home and transport carbon emissions and make eco- friendly choices.
There were short varied presentations of the successful Climate Challenge Fund projects concluding this year and displays remained open to the public all evening
Younger guests also had an opportunity to gain knowledge about saving energy and participate in fun activities such as painting birds’ houses, eco honey tasting, and experience electricity- generating bike.
Participants of the showcase were invited to celebrate FRAE Fife’s successful Climate Challenge Project during the second part of the day: It was both a Cultural & Environmental Event for all the communities and individuals who actively participated in the Project and contributed to carbon reduction Fife-wide. The successful event attracted over 250 members from different communities: Arab, Syrian, Pakistani, Polish, Roma, Bulgarian, African and Scottish. Communities and groups who contributed the most to the project and the healthier planet were awarded for their commitment and eco-approach.
Please register at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/equalities-citizenship-and-community-cohesion-conference-tickets-28396534800
FRAE Fife were delighted to host a meeting with Ms Angela Constance -
Equalities Cabinet Secretary, who reaffirmed the Scottish Government's message that citizens of EU countries should feel safe and welcome in Scotland. The government are listening and want you to
know that "Scotland is your home and your contribution is valued".
The meeting was attended by representatives from EU countries as well as from African, Pakistani and Arabic communities and newly arrived Syrian refugees.
FRAE Fife were very appreciative of the successful outcome of the meeting and the positive message given by the Scottish Government.
We will continue to support and promote the valued contribution of these communities.
FRAE Fife Ltd (Fairness Race Awareness & Equality) is a registered Scottish Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee | Scottish Company No: 375071. Scottish Charity No: SC041678