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Equality, Diversity and Human Rights

Fife Council is committed to providing fair and accessible services to all members of our community.

Our Equality and Diversity Scheme (2017-2021) sets out our priorities in relation to all protected characteristics under the Equality Act 2010, on achieving positive outcomes for our service users, staff and customers.  By advancing equality of opportunity we ensure that the community is able to access our services in a way which meets their needs.

Scotland’s Inclusive Communication Hub

The Scottish Accessible Information Forum (SAIF) formed a consortium to develop an Inclusive Communication Hub for Scotland.  The consortium contributed with their wealth of knowledge and expertise in the development of this hub. The Scottish Government is supporting SDEF, SAIF and Sense Scotland to take forward the development of this hub .

The Inclusive Communication Hub will be the first of its kind for Scotland.  This will be an easy to use online tool, for all who wish to be more inclusive with the information they deliver. Inclusive communication is an approach which enables as many people as possible to access and engage with organisations.

We do our best to regularly update these pages, but if you are looking for a specific document or information and you cannot see it listed, or if you would like it in a different format, please contact the Community Investment Team.

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Contact:Equalities Unit 
03451 55 55 55 + Ext 441242