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Open Consultations

Here are just a few of the consultations that are open for response just now.  We can produce a response with your concerns, solutions and ideas to one of these, or any other consultation open at the moment.

Responses cost from £1250.

Charity price for this service starts (and usually finishes!) at £995 all in.

Laws and regulations

Closes 22nd July 2024

Review of Charity Regulations

The Scottish Government have launched a consultation on charity regulation.

This consultation asks 10 short questions about a review. It is split into three sections:

  1. The need for a review and the purpose of a review

  2. The parameters for a review - What should it cover and not cover?

  3. Technical areas for review 

Have you or your organisation expertise and thoughts to input into the current consultation on this proposal.

 

No matter what type of charity you are, this is likely to impact you.

If you'd like us to help you respond to this / or collate your views and compile your response for you, please get in touch.

 

 

 

Children coloring

Closes 16th May 2024

There has been progress made with the UNCRC in Scotland. There is now Statutory Guidance published awaiting feedback.

The UNCRC includes the following general principles:

  • for rights to be applied without discrimination (Article 2);

  • for the best interests of the child to be a primary consideration (Article 3);

  • the right to life, survival and development (Article 6); and

  • the right for the child to express a view in matters that affect them and to have that view taken into account in accordance with the child’s age and maturity (Article 12)

Does your organisation / charity / company have expertise that will help progress this.

If you would like help doing so, get in touch.

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What are your thoughts on housing rights in Scotland? Are there the correct rights to prevent eviction? Are landlords aware of domestic abuse?

The Local Government, Housing and Planning Committee and Social Justice and Social Security Committee are seeking views on the Housing (Scotland) Bill.

Does your organisation work with vulnerable people? Or maybe they support people in tenancies? Or could be aware of changes in terms of asking and acting on homelessness.

Whatever the case, if you'd like help in responding to this, please drop us a line.

Please note we only have space for one more client for this piece of work.

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