Fair Play South West
Fair Play South West is the women's equality network for the south west of England. Made up of individuals and organisations based in the South West of England that share a commitment to promoting gender equality and eliminating gender-based discrimination and disadvantage wherever it may exist, and by all available means.
Subjects: Gender, Poverty/social exclusion
Faith Based Regeneration Network
The Faith Based Regeneration Network UK (FbRN) is the leading national multi faith network for community development, regeneration and social action. It was set up in 2002 by practitioners of faith based community development, regeneration and social action. It reaches faith based organisations operating in communities, and is a key partner for government, and voluntary and community organisations at national policy level.
Subjects: Good relations/cohesion, Religion or belief
Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (FFLAG)
FFLAG is an organisation of parents of LGB children which seeks to promote the well-being of LGB people their families and friends through helplines, support groups, education and information.
Subjects: Sexual orientation
Families Need Fathers
Families Need Fathers is firstly a social care organisation, helping parents whose children's relationship with them is under threat. We offer information, advice and support services for parents on how to do the best for their children.
Family Action provides support for disadvantaged and socially isolated families across England
Established in 1990, Family Matters is a specialised charitable service providing childhood sexual abuse and rape therapy.
FATIMA Women's Network
FATIMA Women’s Network is an independent, strategic and diverse organisation, using dynamic interventions for gender equity, social, economic and environmental justice to support the empowerment of women and their families, particularly from diverse and disadvantaged communities.
Fawcett is the UK’s leading campaign for equality between women and men.
Federation of Irish Societies
A national organisation building the capacity of Irish community organisations across Britain and representing the community in key policy areas. We undertake research, community campaign initiatives, policy briefings and seminars. We share best practice among our members and across the voluntary sector and work in partnership with other BME community and policy organisations
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Human rights
Fircroft College of Adult Education was founded in 1909 to promote social justice through adult and continuing education. Fircroft is a Beacon College, recognised for its excellence in providing education for some of the most disadvantaged communities in the UK, as well as providing high quality training for professionals working to promote justice and equal rights for excluded individuals and groups. Fircroft College, in partnership with the University of Warwick, runs the only Level 4 qualification in Managing Diversity and Equality in the UK.
Subjects: Age, Disability, Gender, Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief, Sexual orientation, Human rights, Gender identity, All, Other
Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism (FAIR)
FAIR is an independent charitable organisation whose aim is to work towards establishing a safe, just and tolerant Britain in which Islamophobia and racism have no place.
Subjects: Race/ethnicity, Religion or belief
Freedom from Torture
Freedom from Torture, formerly the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, has been working for 25 years to provide direct clinical services to survivors of torture who arrive in the UK as well as striving to protect and promote their rights. Since its inception, over 50,000 individuals have been referred for help. Thanks to the dedication of staff and volunteers – as well as scores of passionate supporters and funders – thousands of torture survivors have been able to rebuild their lives in incredibly difficult circumstances.
Friends, Families & Travellers
We are a national charity based in Brighton that works on behalf of all Gypsies and Travellers regardless of ethnicity, culture or background. We deliver a range of projects and services and work to end the racism and discrimination that Gypsies and Travellers experience as part of their everyday lives.
Subjects: Gypsies/Travellers, Race/ethnicity
Equality Forward supports colleges and universities in Scotland in their work towards ensuring equality for all staff, students and prospective students. We also maintain close contact with other agencies and groups who work to promote equality and tackle discrimination in Scotland. Our work is informed by those who experience unfairness and discrimination as well as those who have to implement changes. Our staff team is based at several locations across Scotland.
Future Years (Yorkshire & Humber Regional Forum on Ageing)
The organisation raises awareness and shares information around the changing demographics of the region and issues faced by older people - in all their diversity! We also work to influence policy development.