San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Equalities, Citizenship and Community Cohesion
Brexit: The impact on EU nationals and Scotland’s role in Europe.
ISIS: A Phenomenon, we all heard about but not sufficiently discussed!
These two issues have been headline news for many months and years ,
and they have an enormous effect on people in Scotland, UK, Europe and Globally.
Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary, Academics, Local Services, Politicians, Faith Groups and Communities are coming together in a unique opportunity
to share thoughts and hopefully provides some answers!
What is the Thin Line between Our Security and Our Equalities Rights as Residents in Scotland?
¨ Angela Constance (Cabinet Secretary -Equalities)
¨ David Brown (Drummond Miller LLP)
¨ Claire Baker (Regional MSP for Mid Scotland and Fife)
¨ Peter Grant (MP for Glenrothes and Central Fife)
¨ Bashir Oudeh (Community Leader and Islamic Scholar)
¨ Academic (TBC)
¨ BREXIT: What’s the impact on EU nationals and the Role of the Scottish Government?
¨ ISIS: Who/What is ISIS; Is Islam the Solution or the Problem?
¨ Community Cohesion: How to build farrier society and equal citizenship?
¨ Community Safety: With the increase of racial attacks and Islamophobia after BREXIT and terror attacks in many Europe cities.
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Fairness Race Awareness and Equality Fife (FRAE Fife) is Fife’s only race equality charity organisation. FRAE Fife was established as a thematic SIP in 1999, with the following aims: challenge racism, empower and capacity build Black & Minority Ethnic (BME) communities in Fife, tackle social exclusion and improve service delivery to these communities.