FRF SQUARE

The FRF Coordinator (Laura MacKean) can be contacted using the details below.
  • Email:      
  • Phone:    03451 555555  ext 460071
  • Address: Fife Rights Forum, 5th Floor, Fife House, Glenrothes, Fife, KY7 5LT

What is Fife Rights Forum?

Fife Rights Forum is the partnership organisation for Fife's advice and rights groups.  Responsible for co-ordinating the strategic development of advice, rights and financial inclusion work in Fife, Fife Rights Forum strives to support the delivery of high quality advice, rights and financial inclusion services to the people of Fife by:                          Promoting co-operation, information-sharing and joint-working across the sector
Sharing and promoting good practice in advice provision
Supporting the design, delivery and review of advice, rights and financial inclusion services
Liaising with other partnerships and networks to promote integrated, quality service delivery
Encouraging community involvement and engagement through effective client/agency interactions. 
 

Kingdom FM

 
Licence Triggers Investment
 

Banks Account Compensation

Cut to £75,000
 

FORT Directory

The directory for FORT can be found at https://www.servicesfife.org/directory
 
NEW FUNDING ANNOUNCED FOR 2016 THEMED YEAR
 

FORT

The directory for FORT can be found at https://www.servicesfife.org/directory
 

Health Improvement Training Programme

The 2015-2016 edition of the Health Improvement Training Programme is available now! 
 
Fife Health and Wellbeing Alliance would like your views on the draft health and wellbeing plan for Fife
 

New debt law comes into force

Bankruptcy and Debt Advice (Scotland) Act enacted to help financially vulnerable families
 

CPAG in Scotland

Do you have staff members who regularly deal with clients, then this is an opportunity to get some up to date information on Benefits and Tax Credits.
 

Welfare Cuts - Taking It On

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) have begun issuing an e-bulletin about welfare reform mitigation information with third sector organisations across Scotland
 

StreetSmart - Accepting Funding Applications

Grants of between £500 and £20,000 are available for projects to help homeless adults and children through crucial stages in their progress to valued community member by focusing on Mental and physical health, Employability & Sustained independent living.
 

ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY

NEW Benefits for Migrants Handbook
ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY
 

Sanctions Survival Guide

A Sanctions Survival Guide has been produced to advise you where to get help if your Jobseeker's Allowance has been cut. It explains what sanctions are, how to avoid them and where to find help in a crisis. The important thing to remember is there are lots of organisations out there that can help - you just have to ask
 

Clued Up - £7,000 Award

A Kirkcaldy charity has received a cash boost after being awarded nearly £7000 from the Scotch Whisky Action Fund.
 

Benefits Street A Myth

The idea of a Benefits Street-style culture of joblessness, with generations of families never having worked, appears not to be backed by any evidence, academics have concluded, after spending eight months interviewing people in two of the country's most deprived neighbourhoods and failing to find any.
 

Future Proofing My Charity

This summer we have not been hanging out on beaches or in the New Forest. No, us Clore Social Fellows have been to the future – 2030, to be precise.
 

Legal Aid cuts & Domestic Abuse

In recent months, domestic violence has never been far from the headlines, from reports on widespread police failures in handling cases to the closure of specialist refuges because of cuts. Most recently, the government announced a consultation on how the law could be strengthened by explicitly stating that domestic abuse covers coercive and controlling behaviour as well as physical harm.
 

Bedroom Tax Appeal Looms

The UK Government's controversial "bedroom tax" policy could be thrown into chaos later this month. The Department for Work and Pensions is launching a bid to overturn a landmark ruling that size does matter when it comes to defining a bedroom.
 
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said the institution has drawn up currency contingency plans, whatever the outcome of the Scottish referendum.