Scotland's Redress Scheme - waiver on participation: impact assessment report

Our assessment of the impact of the waiver on applications for redress and the effectiveness of the waiver in encouraging public authorities, voluntary organisations, and others, to become Scheme contributors.

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Appendix E: Privacy Notice

Waiver Report

Section 48 of the Redress for Survivors (Historical Child Abuse in Care) (Scotland) Act 2021 requires Scottish Ministers to publish a report on their assessment of the impact and effectiveness of the waiver under section 46 of the Act, and the steps they intend to take as a result of that assessment. The report must be published 18 months after section 46 came into force. The report must set out the effectiveness of the waiver in encouraging public authorities, voluntary organisations and other persons to become Scheme contributors.

We are inviting all Scheme contributors and non-contributors who have engaged with the Scheme to participate in this survey.

The survey consists of 12 questions and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

How will Scottish Government use survey responses you provide?

Responses provided within the survey will be accessed by relevant officials in the Redress, Relations and Response Division for the purposes of preparing the Waiver Report.

Will personal data be collected?

Scottish Government will not be using your personal data in any of the analysis. No personal data will be collected, the responses to the survey will not be linked to your email address and all results will be fully anonymous.

It will not be possible to withdraw your responses after they have been submitted as it will not be possible for us to identify them within the survey.

What is the Scottish Government’s legal basis for processing your personal data?

The collecting and processing of this information is a proportionateresponse to perform a task in the public interest (GDPR article 6(1) (e)).

Is my organisation required to complete the survey?

Participation in this survey is entirely voluntary and all questions can be skipped.



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