You can see BEMIS’s response below to the Scottish Government’s proposed Hate Crime legislation, informed by our recent Hate Has No Home consultation events and Thematic Conference on Hate Crime motivated by racial and religious prejudice in October 2018.
Our Scotland’s Winter Festivals 2018/2019 grant programme has now been fully allocated so we can’t accept any new applications. Our Year of Young People 2018 grant programme will stay open for a bit longer.
People across Scotland are being invited to join a conversation about community decision-making to help make public services more locally focused. The Democracy Matters conversation will identify new legal rights for communities which would place them at the heart of decision-making. As part of the conversation people are being invited to consider a short set […]
We are Scotland Our friends, neighbours and colleagues include people from many backgrounds. Together we create a Scotland that will prosper and meet our future needs. The Scottish Government is committed to building a fair, smart, and inclusive Scotland where everyone can feel at home. The ·we Are Scotland’ campaign aims to raise awareness of […]
We are proud to announce that applications for the Year of Young People 2018 and Scotland’s Winter Festivals 2018/2019 small grants funds are now open. BEMIS Scotland in collaboration with the Scottish Government is delighted to continue the themed years programme and invite multicultural communities across Scotland to join the celebration of the Year of Young […]
As our key stakeholders representing the equalities priorities for the Year, further to our progress update earlier in the year, we felt it was timely to touch base with you again on our History, Heritage and Archaeology programme. More than half way through the Year, it is going incredibly well. Over 39 supporting partners continue […]
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.
We are now accepting applications for the 2017/2018 Scotland’s Winter Festivals Grant Fund. Grants of up to £1,000 are available for community groups to hold St Andrew’s Day, Hogmanay and Burns Night events. More information, guidelines and application forms are available here. The Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology Grant Fund is also still open […]
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.