What does equality mean to you? Voices of Edinburgh is a project based around photos and podcasts of the people of Edinburgh answering this question in their own words. Find…
EaRN is hosted by Volunteer Edinburgh and managed by two part-time staff. The network is funded by the City of Edinburgh Council and NHS Lothian.
Membership is open to organisations working in equalities related fields, and individuals who can join in either a professional or personal capacity. By joining as a member you will join over 180 like-minded individuals and organisations and together we can work towards advancing equality, promoting human rights and tackling inequality and poverty in Edinburgh.
Projects and Events
We are also continuing to develop the successful Voices of Edinburgh project. This is a photo and audio exhibition where we ask people in Edinburgh ‘What does equality mean to you?’ and record the responses in photo and podcasts.
Volunteer with Us
We recruit volunteers with a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, but all of whom are committed to our core aims and values.
We have various different volunteer roles, and welcome volunteers with a particular interest or focus and would like to pursue individual projects with our support.
Police Scotland have issued the following message in response to the concerns raised by disability communities and organisations regarding Covid-19. Message from Assistant Chief Constable Gary Ritchie – 27 July…
Four Conversations On Thursday the 20th of February, EaRN hosted a discussion event which invited speakers from communities that still face discrimination in society to share their perspective on the…
In this article, our volunteer Equalities Ambassador Esther tells us about her experience of theatre as a tool for exploring important social issues. This article has also appeared on the…