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What Works Scotland Evidence Review: ‘Hard to reach’ or ‘easy to ignore’? Promoting equality in community engagement

Hard-to-reach or easy-to-ignore? A review of evidence about equality in community engagementOne of a series of papers from What Works Scotland (WWS) to share evidence, learning and ideas about public service reform.

What Works Scotland Evidence Review: ‘Hard to reach’ or ‘easy to ignore’? Promoting equality in community engagement
 

Scotland Declaration on Human Rights

Organisations across Scotland are invited to give their support to the Scotland Declaration on Human Rights

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Report launch “Meeting the Needs of the LGBTI+ Community in Glasgow: A Review of Services Provided and Identified Needs”

Meeting the Needs of the LGBTI+ Community in Glasgow report coverThe report is now online: “Meeting the Needs of the LGBTI+ Community in Glasgow: A Review of Services Provided and Identified Needs

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Empowerment in Action: “Listen to us if you want to get it right.”

'Empowerment In Action' illustration by Jenny Speirs400+ GDA members meet Council Leaders, ahead of International Day of Disabled People

Press Release from Glasgow Disability Alliance on today’s Conference and Learning Festival:

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16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence November 25th – December 10th

16 days of action

Events In Glasgow

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Political Shadowing Scheme 2017-2018

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The Coalition For Racial Equality And Rights (CRER)  are now accepting applications for their BME Political Shadowing Scheme 2017-2018.

The deadline for applying is 27th November 2017.  More information: https://www.crer.scot/political-shadowing-scheme and from Rebecca Marek at rebecca@crer.org.uk

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The EHRC publishes its new measurement framework

“a tool that we will use to monitor progress towards greater equality and fulfilment of human rights in Great Britain”, Our new measurement framework: a lever for change , EHRC 27th October 2017

  • education
  • work
  • living standards
  • health
  • justice and personal security
  • participation

 

Scotland’s Census 2021 – ‘Caribbean or Black’ Ethnicity Focus Group

26th October, 9.30am – 1.30pm, Glasgow

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Consultation: Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland

Scottish Government Consultation Overview: “The consultation seeks views to inform the independent review of hate crime legislation in Scotland, conducted by Lord Bracadale. The review is considering whether changes need to be made to the current laws; whether existing offences should be extended to cover other groups; and whether all hate crimes should be brought into one area of legislation. This consultation does not advocate a preferred Scottish Government approach.

Lord Bracadale letter on the Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation

Consultation opened on the 31st August and will close on 23rd November

Three versions of the Consultation are available:

Review of Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership Equalities Progress

Invitation from Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership:

We would like to invite you to the GHSCP session to review our equalities progress in the last year. The session is for social care and health staff across the HSCP, our community planning partners and members of the Glasgow Equality Forum.

Date : Thursday 15th June 2017. Read more…