Activism

Organisations across Edinburgh will be gathering together this week to remember loved ones who have died, as part of a Scotland-wide festival of storytelling and remembrance called To Absent Friends.

In the middle of Margaret Thatcher’s icy reign over the UK, parts of Edinburgh may have been checking if visitors had had their tea as they wrapped fur coats round knickerless backsides, but other par

Edinburgh Soup, the innovative live music night to support local community projects, is back for its seventh event at Assembly Roxy, Roxburgh Place, Edinburgh.

Leith Creative, Leith’s dynamic network of creative hubs and practitioners, is to work with citizens and communities in Leith to explore how to enhance the area through creative thinking in the 'Peopl

Following a multi award-winning run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Jenna Watt’s one woman performance of her work

International Women's Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women across the spectrum. In 2017, the theme of the annual day is "Be Bold For Change", to step up the movement toward gender parity.

At a gathering in the Scottish Parliament’s Garden Lobby, the fourth award ceremony for the winners of the annual Write to End Violence Against Women Awards was held on Tuesday 6th December 2016.

Take One Action - the UK's first major activist film festival - debuted in 2008.

Launched in August 2007, the Forest Fringe has established itself as a shining example of what the Edinburgh Fringe in August should be about. In fact, the Forest Fringe is so fringe organisers are not even concerned with listing it in the Edinburgh Fringe Society's brochure.

Dale vN Marshall’s latest exhibition – I am not a child – aims to help to raise awareness of mental health in the young, drawing inspiration from his time painting and talking with teenagers in Edinbu