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 out more about Voices of Edinburgh on the project page here.

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 out more about Voices of Edinburgh on the project page here.

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 out more about Voices of Edinburgh on the project page here.

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 out more about Voices of Edinburgh on the project page here.

POLICE SCOTLAND – MESSAGE TO COMMUNITIES

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 2020 Police Scotland is committed to keeping people safe and protecting all our communities. We understand that daily life adhering to coronavirus (COVID-19 guidelines continues …

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4 Conversations Blog – Helen Lowe (Volunteer Project Assistant)

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 issues of prejudice and marginalization. The morning began with reflections from three speakers (Zara Todd –consultant on disability rights, Mahrukh Shaukat – AMINA Muslim Women’s …

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