Publication - Progress report

Independent review of hate crime legislation in Scotland: final report

Published: 31 May 2018
Directorate:
Justice Directorate
Part of:
Equality and rights, Law and order
ISBN:
9781788518499

Recommendations by Lord Bracadale to Scottish Ministers with analysis of his consultation exercise and an overview.

148 page PDF

701.1 kB

148 page PDF

701.1 kB

Contents
Independent review of hate crime legislation in Scotland: final report
Annex 2

148 page PDF

701.1 kB

Annex 2

Consultation Events

Date Event Hosted by Location
31/8/2017 Consultation paper launch The Central Scotland Regional Equality Council ( CSREC) Stirling
5/9/2017 Shetland Interfaith AGM Lerwick
15/9/2017 The Scottish Older People's Assembly AGM Glasgow
19/9/2017 The Scottish Parliament's Cross Party Group on Disability AGM. Edinburgh
26/9/2017 The Scottish Parliament's Cross Party Group on Racial Equality AGM Edinburgh
27/9/2017 Fairness Race Awareness and Equality Fife Kirkcaldy
28/9/2017 Victim Support Scotland: mini-conference Glasgow
7/10/2017 Young Scot, Youthlink Scotland and the Scottish Youth Parliament: facilitated workshop Edinburgh
10/10/2017 The Scottish Association for the Study of Offending ( SASO) members' meeting. Dundee
17/10/2017 Interfaith Scotland, Stonewall Scotland, Faith in Older People and Edinburgh University Chaplaincy: Conference on Identity and Belonging Linlithgow
19/10/2017 Article 12 Perth
2/11/2017 The Coalition for Racial Equality and Rights Glasgow
3/11/2017 COSLA: Community Wellbeing Board Edinburgh
7/11/2017 The Dumfries and Galloway Equalities Partnership: made up of D&G Multicultural Association, DG Voice, D&G LGBT Plus and LGBT Youth Dumfries
9/11/2017 CSREC, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service and Police Scotland Stirling
16/11/2017 West of Scotland Regional Equality Council Glasgow
18/11/2017 The Scottish Trades Union Congress: conference for disabled workers Clydebank

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