National Assistance (Assessment of Resources) Regulations 1992 - Child Migrant Trust amendments: equality impact assessment
Equality impact assessment (EQIA) for disregarding any payment from the Child Migrant Trust, in relation to the financial assessment for living in a care home in Scotland.
Stage 5 - Authorisation of EQIA
Please confirm that:
- This Equality Impact Assessment has informed the development of this policy:
- Opportunities to promote equality in respect of age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation have been considered, i.e.:
- Eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment, victimisation;
- Removing or minimising any barriers and/or disadvantages;
- Taking steps which assist with promoting equality and meeting people's different needs;
- Encouraging participation (e.g. in public life)
- Fostering good relations, tackling prejudice and promoting understanding.
- If the Marriage and Civil Partnership protected characteristic applies to this policy, the Equality Impact Assessment has also assessed against the duty to eliminate unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation in respect of this protected characteristic:
Not applicable X
I am satisfied with the equality impact assessment that has been undertaken for The National Assistance (Assessment of Resources) Regulations 1992 and give my authorisation for the results of this assessment to be published on the Scottish Government's website.
Name: Dr ST Cuthbert-Kerr
Position: Deputy Director for Improving Standards and Quality Division, Directorate for Social Care and National Care Service Development Directorate
Authorisation date: 11 February 2022
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