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Job Vacancy – Communications Assistant

ETF is currently recruiting for a Communications Assistant through Community Jobs Scotland. The Eligibility Criteria for candidates will be as follows:- Candidates MUST be unemployed, aged 16-29 and of at least one of the following criteria Person with a criminal conviction (includes Community Payback Order); Care experienced; Carer; Military early service leavers (up to 6 […]

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ETF Finalist for Tenants Organisation of the Year

Edinburgh Tenants Federation is delighted to have been shortlisted as a finalist in the TIS National Excellence Awards 2017 for our work supporting tenants in Leith in housing rights. Maud Wylie, Vice Convenor of the Federation said, “We’re just delighted to be nominated for this TIS Award. I really hope we’ll be successful.” Betty Stevenson, Convenor of […]

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May 2017 Federation Matters

Federation Matters-May 2017

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Federation opposes the Rape Clause at First Minister visit

Edinburgh Tenants Federation was delighted to welcome the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon MSP to Norton Park as she met with organisations opposing the “Rape Clause.” The Federation’s Executive Committee recently approved a statement on behalf of its Members opposing the introduction of the “Rape Clause” saying “Edinburgh Tenants Federation is disgusted by the introduction of the […]

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April 2017 Federation Matters

April’s edition of Federation Matters contains information about forthcoming discussion groups on Rent Collection Communication, a learning session on Finance training, a conversation event into housing for disabled people and much more. Federation Matters-April 2017

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Housing for Disabled People: A Conversation

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is carrying out a formal inquiry about housing for disabled people. It will look at whether the availability of accessible and adaptable housing, and the support services around it, is fulfilling disabled people’s rights to live independently. Edinburgh Tenants Federation (ETF) is hosting a conversation event for our […]

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