Information

Human Rights Bill Governance and Engagement Advisory Board

Overview

The Advisory Board functions as a sounding board and advice-giving group for the Scottish Government. Its role is to consider and discuss issues that arise in the development and drafting of the Human Rights Bill.

Matters are be put to the group, at meetings and by correspondence, for their consideration and comment. The Scottish Government will use the views expressed by members to inform decisions to develop the Human Rights Bill.

The Group first met on 9 September 2021.

Members

  • Cristina McKelvie MSP, Minister for Equalities and Older People (Chair)
  • Alexis Camble, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
  • Andy Sirel, JustRight Scotland
  • Cath Denholm, Equality and Human Rights Commission
  • Charlie McMillan, Scottish Commission for Learning Disability
  • Danny Boyle, BEMIS
  • Eileen Cawley, Scottish Pensioner’s Forum 
  • Eilidh Dickson, Engender
  • Gary Christie, Scottish Refugee Council
  • Paul Traynor, National Carers Organisations
  • Heather Fisken, Inclusion Scotland
  • Jatin Haria, Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights
  • Juliet Harris, Together
  • Karen Stewart, Scottish Civil Justice Council
  • Kavita Chetty, Scottish Human Rights Commission
  • Lisa Borthwick, Shelter Scotland
  • Lorraine Cooke, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
  • Mark Hazelwood, Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care
  • Mary Brennan, Scottish Food Coalition
  • Ashleigh Simpson, Crisis
  • Megan Snedden, Stonewall
  • Mhairi Snowden, Human Rights Consortium Scotland
  • Professor Alan Miller, Independent Expert and Former National Taskforce for Human Rights Leadership co-chair
  • Shivali Fifield, Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland
  • Tim Hopkins, Equality Network
  • Yvonne Blake, Poverty and Inequality Commission

Documents

Back to top