Publication - Consultation analysis

Mainstreaming equality outcomes: consultation analysis

Published: 17 Jun 2020
Directorate:
Social Security Directorate
Part of:
Equality and rights, Public sector
ISBN:
9781839607998

Analysis of responses to the public consultation on Social Security Scotland's first equality strategy which ran between 7 November 2019 to 6 February 2020.

62 page PDF

806.6 kB

62 page PDF

806.6 kB

Contents
Mainstreaming equality outcomes: consultation analysis
Appendix E - Easy Read questions

62 page PDF

806.6 kB

Appendix E - Easy Read questions

1. Do you think Idea 1 and the things we could do to make it happen is fair for all groups of people and will give them what they need?

2. If not, how could we make this idea fair for all groups of people?

3. Do you think Idea 2 and the things we could do to make it happen is fair for all groups of people and will give them what they need?

4. If not, how could we make this idea fair for all groups of people?

5. Do you think Idea 3 and the things we could do to make it happen is fair for all groups of people and will give them what they need?

6. If not, how could we make this idea fair for all groups of people?

7. Do you think Idea 4 and the things we could do to make it happen is fair for all groups of people and will give them what they need?

8. If not, how could we make this idea fair for all groups of people?

9. Do you think Idea 5 and the things we could do to make it happen is fair for all groups of people and will give them what they need?

10. If not, how could we make this idea fair for all groups of people?

11. Is there anything unfair about the way people get benefits at the moment? For example, are some groups of people treated less fairly than others?

12. Is there anything else you want to say about how we can make our work fair for everyone?


Contact

Email: marion.logan@socialsecurity.gov.scot