Author: Fairer Fife Commission
The Report Of The Fairer Fife Commission
The Fairer Fife Commission, Chaired by Carnegie UK Trust Chief Executive Martyn Evans, was established by Fife Council in September 2014 to take a strategic overview of the scale, scope and nature of poverty in Fife and the effectiveness of activity currently undertaken to address such poverty. The Commission collected evidence and personal testimony from a large number of people and organisations and has now published its recommendations to Fife Council and Fife Partnership in a new report. The report outlines the Commission’s vision in which a fairer Fife by 2030 is ambitious, poverty-free, a region of fair work, affordable, connected, empowered, skilled and healthier.
Click on the image to download the report (PDF).
A summary of the report is available below (PDF).
For more information please contact Robert McGregor, Sustainable Communities Programme Manager and Commission Secretariat, at [email protected].
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