Festival Fortnight is an exciting mix of sport, cultural, social, academic and recreational events and activities …
This progress report provides an update on work by Scottish Government statisticians and Police Scotland to review the availability of information on hate crime recorded by the police in Scotland.
Organisation: Scottish Government
A nationwide scheme, an Inclusion and Diversity Charter Mark, is being launched by Action for Children …
YouthLink Scotland facilitated focus groups for young people to share their views on the Scottish Government's proposals for changes to Hate Crime legislation. This report comprises their responses.
Organisation: YouthLink Scotland
#ChooseRespect, the latest campaign from Scotland’s anti-bullying service has moved into its second stage which encourages …
The state of equality and human rights 2018.
This is the most comprehensive review of how Scotland is performing on equality and human rights.
It looks across all areas of life, including: education, work, living standards, health, justice and security and participation in society.
It provides a complete picture of people’s life chances in Scotland today.
This is the Scottish supplement to our report on equality and human rights progress in England, Scotland and Wales, Is Britain Fairer? (2018).
Organisation: Equality and Human Rights Commission
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