Glasgow Equality Forum

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.

Scotland's Feminist Future

17th and 18th January, Glasgow
Join Engender for Scotland’s Feminist Future conference – a chance to build policy, discuss global feminist issues, and gain tools to make change.

 

 

Holocaust Memorial Day 27th January

Holocaust Memorial Day is a time when we seek to learn the lessons of the past and recognise that genocide does not just take place on its own – it’s a steady process which can begin if discrimination, racism and hatred are not checked and prevented.

https://www.hmd.org.uk/what-is-holocaust-memorial-day/why-mark-hmd/

LEAP Sports' Festival Fortnight

We envision a future where everyone can access, participate, enjoy and excel in sport, no matter their gender identity or sexual orientation.

Sign the Equality Action Pledge

 

 

“We acknowledge that the lack of diversity in the voluntary sector is a serious issue that requires action. We commit to tackling discrimination and under representation within our organisation”

 

 

Glasgow Equality Forum Conference 2019

  • How Can The Community Empowerment Act Empower Your Community?
  • A “Human Catastrophe”: Disabled People Fighting Back
  • Trans Rights Are Human Rights
  • Participatory Budgeting And Equality
  • Equality Impact Assessment- What Impact?
  • Citizen’s Juries And Human Rights Monitoring By Communities

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.

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We produce weekly newsletters on general equality issues, funding and jobs / opportunitiees

 

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