Glasgow Equality Forum (GEF) is a City wide strategic policy forum which brings together representatives of voluntary sector equality networks in Glasgow to encourage better co-operation and cross-sector engagement on equality and human rights issues.
CRER anti-racist poster campaign aimed at encouraging the public to intervene in racist incidents. In Scotland, we hear racism daily on the buses, in taxis, at libraries, doctors’ surgeries, sports clubs, museums and pubs. What do we do about it?
This is an exciting time for Glasgow Women’s Voluntary Sector Network (GWVSN).
We are looking forward to working with women across Glasgow to gather ideas about developments they would like to see and to hear about their experiences in their communities.
Refugee Festival Scotland celebrates the contribution refugee communities make to life in Scotland – the food and drink, music and poetry, art, languages and ideas that people bring with them when they seek safety here.
From Thursday 20 – Sunday 30 June 2019, the festival offers people from different backgrounds the chance to meet and get to know each other better.
Festival Fortnight aims to increase the visibility and participation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people in Scottish sport, and provides opportunities to raise awareness of LGBTI issues within sport and creates spaces to examine wider equality, inclusion and human rights issues within the world of sport and physical activity.
Equality Updates Information for Glasgow
Equality updates is an equality and human rights information service for Glasgow. It is provided by Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, works in partnership with Glasgow Equality Forum, and is funded by Glasgow City Council Integrated Grants Fund.