Archives for Surveys

Consultation on changing Scottish hate crime legislation

The Scottish Government is calling on the public to help shape hate crime legislation with the launch of a new consultation ‘One Scotland: Hate Has No Home Here’ follows on from Lord Bracadale’s ‘Independent Review of Hate Crime Legislation in Scotland’ was published in May 2018. The consultation calls for views on a number of issues including how best to tackle age based prejudice and the impact of hate crime law on vulnerable groups. The public responses will inform the development of a hate crime bill which will be laid before Holyrood later in this session of Parliament. The hate crime legislation consultation ‘One Scotland:
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Consultation on the role of the Scottish Health Council: Strengthening people’s voices in health and social care

Closing Date: Friday 6 October 2017 About this Consultation The Scottish Health Council is part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland. It was set up in 2005. The Scottish Health Council works to: Make sure the NHS in Scotland listens to the public and takes account of your views. Involves people and communities in planning health services Helps the NHS in Scotland to improve how it involves the public The Scottish Government and other organisations have worked with the Scottish Health Council to set up Our Voice. Our Voice is about involving lots of different people and communities in Scotland in helping
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Accessible Travel Framework Surveys

  Scottish Disability Equality Forum is working with Transport Scotland to undertake research into Accessible Travel.  In September 2016, Transport Scotland published Scotland’s first Accessible Travel Framework.  This is a new plan, co-produced with disabled people to help improve their access to travel. Transport Scotland has a vision that all disabled people can travel with the same freedom, choice, dignity and opportunity as others. Our research involves gathering the views of disabled people on how you find travelling on public transport just now, and how Transport Scotland’s work to apply the framework can best help improve accessibility for disabled people.
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