Other organisations

Council for Ethnic Minority Voluntary Organisations cemvo logo

The Council for Ethnic Minority Voluntary Organisations (CEMVO) aim is to build the capacity and sustainability of the ethnic minority  voluntary sector and its communities.  Since being established in 2003, CEMVO have developed a database network of over 600 ethnic minority voluntary sector organisations throughout Scotland to which they deliver a wide range of programmes that provide capacity building support to the sector. 

The Association are proud to be one of the mainstream organisations involved in the Making Advice Work Financial Inclusion programme. The programme developed by CEMVO and Money Advice Scotland is aimed at increasing awareness of money and debt advice to ethnic minority communities and to build the capacity of ethnic minority organisations to deliver money and debt advice


West of Scotland Regional Equality Council wsrec logo

West of Scotland Regional Equality Council (WSREC) was set up as Glasgow Community Relations Council in 1971. It is one of the largest and most established equality councils in Scotland. It is a voluntary sector organisation and registered as a charity and company limited by guarantee. It was set up to eradicate all forms of discrimination under the Race Relations Act 1976. Traditionally WSREC services have focused on casework, advocacy and advice. However, with the demise of the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) and the advent of the Equality Act 2010 we changed our name and work in all of the protected characteristics (Age, Disability, Gender Reassignment, Marriage & Civil Partnership, Pregnancy & Maternity, Race, Religion or Belief, Sex and Sexual Orientation).


PATH Scotland 

Caption: Positive Moves in the Workplace has received 5 year funding

PATH Scotland are committed to promoting equality and diversity in Scottish housing. Their Positive Moves in the Workplace project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund until at least June 2018. 

The project supports black and minority ethnic people in developing fledgling or existing careers in the Scottish housing sector, through training and aftercare, 

To find out more about the project, and the experiences of those who have taken part, you can watch some short videos on the PATH Scotland below,featuring people who are developing careers in housing through the project.

For more information on the work PATH Scotland do, please visit their website at http://pathscotland.org.uk/.