7th June, 4pm – 6pm, Glasgow
The Human Rights Consortium Scotland and the EHRC are inviting participants to this networking meeting to explore the use of litigation as a tool to bring about change.
Does your organisation want to see change on issues affecting many of those that you work with or for? Strategic litigation can be a very effective tool to bring about this change.
On the 10th April Scotland’s Chief Statistician published detailed local area and equality group analysis of The Scottish Surveys Core Questions in 2016
Equality Report (09/04/18)
Scottish Government news release: Insights into key equality outcomes across Scotland (10th April 2018) Read more…
Wed 21 March 2018
16:00 – 18:30 GMT
Join CRER to mark the UN Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination with an informative and interactive event on understanding racism in Scotland today.
Friday, 23 March 2018
9.30am – 1.30pm
The Pearce Institute
840-860 Govan Road
G51 3UU Glasgow Read more…
Glasgow Women’s Voluntary Sector Network Open Space event
Wednesday 14th March 2018
Venue: The Teacher Building, St Enoch Square, Glasgow G1
Time: 10am to 4pm
‘Poverty has a woman’s face’ : The World Bank
Research shows us that poverty overwhelmingly affects women and children. Even the World Bank acknowledges this.
It’s 2018 and more austerity, changes and cuts to benefits, unequal pay scales, pension cuts and increased cost of living are to be expected with the increasing fear that current political climates may see further impacts on Womens Wealth and Health therefor having a major impact on their self-esteem, personal development and their physical, emotional and social health.
This day will address some of these issues by bringing women together in a safe space allowing time for discussion and identifying what we feel are priority issues for women in Glasgow. The report and comments gathered will be confidentially fed back to Glasgow City Council and relevant Scottish Government Ministers for their information, consideration, and comment.
What is Open Space? Open Space way of working was created in 1985 and brings people together to discuss a common theme. Open Space is fully participative, there are no talking heads, and believes that the participants are the real experts. Just come along with an open mind and your thoughts and opinions.
You must register for this event so please complete the attached Registration Form for The Impact Of Poverty On Women event for The Impact Of Poverty On Women event and return to Wise Women 120 Sydney Street Glasgow G31 1JF or contact us on 0141 370 0739 or Info@wisewomen.org.uk
- Creche is available although you must book your place /s
- Some Travel expenses can be provided within Glasgow City Boundaries.
- Transport can be provided for Disabled Women
What Works Scotland Evidence Review: ‘Hard to reach’ or ‘easy to ignore’? Promoting equality in community engagement
One of a series of papers from What Works Scotland (WWS) to share evidence, learning and ideas about public service reform.