The Scotland’s Winter Festivals fund has now been fully allocated and we can no longer accept any new applications. We look forward to celebrating all these fantastic events over the next couple of months.
The Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology fund is now closed, and we are no longer taking any applications. The Scotland’s Winter Festivals fund, however, is still open for any events taking place around St Andrew’s Day, Hogmanay or Burns Night.
This issue of MEMO+ contains important information on how to register to vote and the voting process for the General Election, to select Members of the UK Parliament, which will take place on Thursday 8 June 2017.
Many of you will already be aware of the Scottish Government’s Themed Year programme and indeed have joined the celebrations in previous years. We are so fortunate in Scotland to have the most fascinating and inspiring history and heritage on our doorsteps, bringing the spirit of Scotland alive which is why the latest in the […]
BEMIS Scotland in collaboration with the Scottish Government is delighted to announce the commencement of a programme which invites multicultural communities across Scotland to join the celebration of the 2017 Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology and Scottish Winter Festivals 2017/18. The programme, which is being supported by a £64,680 funding contribution from the Scottish […]
A fantastic opportunity to engage with a variety of training providers across over 80 sectors including Police Scotland and Scottish Ambulance Service. Learn more about applying for Modern Apprenticeships, gain information on volunteering with Human Appeal and many other organisations to enhance your career prospects. Monday 23rd January 2017 | Glasgow City Chambers | 9:30–16:30 Free […]
2017 has been designated the Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology (YHHA). The Scottish Government will be producing a newsletter to keep you up to date with activities and events related to the Year in the hope it will assist with establishing and developing relationships across networks. To help them understand how you currently use […]
The VALLEY (Validation System in Lifelong Learning Experiences of Youth Volunteering) project organises a European award that addresses associations in Europe to present their initiatives regarding validation of learning outcomes. are you working with volunteers? do you support them in validating their competences acquired or do you have an innovative idea? If you answer positively […]
BEMIS Scotland in collaboration with the Scottish Government is delighted to announce the commencement of a new programme which invites multicultural communities across Scotland to join the celebration of the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and the 2016/17 Winter Festivals. The new programme, which is being supported by a £54,000 funding contribution from […]
BEMIS Scotland are the national intermediary umbrella body for the diverse ethnic minority voluntary sector in Scotland. While acknowledging that a majority of citizens in the UK—who had the democratic franchise in this referendum—have voted to leave the European Union we must similarly acknowledge that the majority of people in Scotland voted to remain. BEMIS, […]