In this blog Equalities Ambassador Johanna-Alice Cooke discusses her personal journey and the system of rehabilitation in Scotland.   I’m Johanna and I’m a volunteer Equality Ambassador with EaRN. Not long ago I was something different… This blog is about recovery, offending and why how we treat those moving away from offending behaviour is an… Read More


Here at EaRN we are excited to announce we are hosting a free networking event on February 21st at the Norton Park Conference Centre.  The concept of ‘networking’ can seem a bit mysterious and confusing. Basically, we are hosting an event where individuals, groups and organisations involved or interested in Equalities and Rights issues get… Read More


In this blog Equalities Ambassador Luke Padfield, shares his experiences of attending the Human Rights Day celebrations at the Scottish Parliament on 10 December  On the 70th anniversary of the universal declaration of Human rights, delegates assembled at the Scottish Parliament for what was to be a memorable occasion. The First Minister formally endorsed the… Read More


  In this blog post volunteer project assistant Bianca Jensen discusses the equality and rights implications of  depression in the workplace.   Depression affects a huge amount of the people in our society, and if you have it, you may know it’s often missed when we talk of equality and rights. Depression can be harder… Read More


An opinion piece from EaRN project assistant Jenni, talking about consent in our sexual health choices.   It’s  Sexual Health Week 2018 (24th- 30th September) and the theme is consent. I want to share with you my thoughts, discuss contraception and sexual well being. First of all, a disclaimer, I have never written a blog post… Read More