Stage 4: Decision making and monitoring
Identifying and establishing any required mitigating action
Have positive or negative impacts been identified for any of the equality groups?
Is the policy directly or indirectly discriminatory under the Equality Act 2010?
If the policy is indirectly discriminatory, how is it justified under the relevant legislation?
If not justified, what mitigating action will be undertaken?
Describing how Equality Impact analysis has shaped the policy making process
The EQIA process has confirmed that the Order has no impact on any of the protected characteristics.
Given that no positive or negative impacts have been identified, no direct changes have been made as a result of this EQIA. Section 38(1) and 43(5) of Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003 provides that Scottish Ministers can prescribe a body or organisation which makes an application to be prescribed as a conversation or rural housing body so long as it meets the criteria. However, the EQIA process has been helpful in considering the impact of this policy on equality groups.
There are no direct implications for finance as a result of this EQIA.
Monitoring and Review
As no equality issues were identified no specific monitoring or evaluation will be undertaken.
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