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The STUC's One Workplace Equal Rights project aims to tackle racism and promote equality in the workplace by providing accessible information and advice about your rights at work in relation to age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation.

We deliver a range of awareness-raising activities and resources for trade unions, individuals and employers, and reflects the STUC’s ongoing commitment to advance equality issues. The project receives funding from the Scottish Government and The BIG Lottery Fund.

Equality mentoring project

Through our Equality Mentoring Project, One Workplace Equal Rights is delivering a programme of mentoring for Black and minority ethnic (BME) workers in Scottish colleges and universities.

The project was created to address barriers to progression for BME workers in the two sectors.

The project aims to:

  • help BME workers to feel more empowered to progress at their institution
  • encourage institutions to tackle barriers to progress for BME workers
  • increase the capacity of trade unions in the sectors to tackle issues of race equality
  • increase the engagement of BME workers with the trade union movement

Click here for more information.

From Twitter

  • Nominations invited from trade union reps for the 2015 STUC One Workplace Equality Award: -http://t.co/3a94GVHlfz. Closing date 5 Dec 2014. 13 hours ago
  • Free Seminar on policies and campaigns to support Older Women in the Workplace - 9 Dec 2014. More info at: http://t.co/YtqAbZJTr9 2 weeks ago
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