Projects and Events

Our work encompasses a huge variety of projects, events and activities, all with the same focus of making your voice heard when it comes to Equality and Human Rights in Edinburgh. We organise regular events and workshops for network members to inform, engage with the public sector and share experiences and best practice.

We are 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 photographs and podcasts.

We are also actively involved in Edinburgh’s Community Planning Partnership, and we provide training, workshops and facilitated discussion sessions for community groups, charities and volunteers. You can read more about these projects below.

To find out about our upcoming events please scroll down to our events section below or click here.

Voices of Edinburgh

What does equality mean to you? Voices of Edinburgh is a project based around photos and podcasts of people answering this question in their own words.

Community Planning

EaRN is actively involved in Edinburgh’s Community Planning partnership which seeks to bring together public, private and third sectors to work in partnership

Outreach and

Workshops

We offer free training and workshops to charities and community groups in Edinburgh on a variety of equalities and human rights issues.

Our Events

We aim to organise a variety of events, workshops and seminars for our members and others.

Past events have included Equality and Rights in Edinburgh: Who’s Who and Breaking Down Barriers, and we will be announcing our new series of events for 2020-2021 shortly. In the meantime you can view our next event below or to view all our events please click on the calendar button.

Upcoming event

Voices of Edinburgh

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…