People who are already affected by poverty can also face additional barriers in accessing anti-poverty measures or initiatives due to their protected characteristics.
Join us to find out the key issues as Fife Council Research Team and Fife Centre for Equalities present their joint findings from their collaborative research on Poverty and Protected Characteristics in Fife.
Then participate in discussions, sharing what you are doing to reduce poverty and how we can all commit to the challenge of reducing poverty in Fife for ALL.
For more details and if you have any specific questions or additional requirements, contact Elric at email@example.com, or call 01592 645310.
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NHS Fife Director of Public Health’s Annual Report 2018-2019
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Being overweight or obese increases the risk of a range of health conditions including Type II diabetes, heart disease and stroke and is the biggest cause of cancer after smoking.
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In May 2016, Holyrood Magazine introduced an imaginary child, Kirsty, who was born in one of the most disadvantaged communities in Scotland.1 They planned to watch how government policy might impact on her life chances. What if Kirsty were born in one of Fife’s more disadvantaged communities? How might we be working to help her fulfill her potential? The challenge is significant. Read More
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Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance has commissioned research into food insecurity in Fife, to build a better understanding of the extent of the issue, and of the initiatives in place to tackle food insecurity. The research was carried out by Iconic Consulting and published in August 2017. Read More
Local Government has a direct role in delivery of many national policy areas, and a duty to work with community planning partners to deliver improved outcomes for local people. Public policy is complex. Read More
Council Tax Reduction in Scotland, 2016-17
Council Tax Reduction (CTR) statistics show that there were 491,760 CTR recipients in Scotland in March 2017; that’s around one-fifth of chargeable dwellings. The total number of CTR recipients in Scotland has gradually decreased by 11 per cent between the beginning of the scheme in Scotland in April 2013, and March 2017. Read More
The Fife Strategic Assessment presents a challenging overview of Fife for those involved in providing services, developing strategy and drawing up policies. Read More
As part of ongoing deliberations, the Fairer Fife Commission have requested that a sample of Fife Datazones in the 20% most deprived in Scotland as identified by the Scottish Index of Deprivation (SIMD) be looked at closely alongside a small and manageable number of key indicators. In particular they are interested in the comparison of these datazones with others which are apparently doing better and to explore the insights this can provide. Read More