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  • Your Views: Scotland's Second National Action Plan for Human Rights

    Created: 22/10/2019

    SNAP 2013 – 2017 was Scotland’s first National Action Plan for Human Rights. SNAP was independently evaluated in 2018.

    During 2017, over 1,500 people took part in a National Participation Process to inform the future of SNAP. From this work, people identified 25 key human rights themes and some possible actions for SNAP 2.  Since July 2018, a Development Working Group from across civil society and the public sector has been working to develop SNAP 2 in more detail, supported by the Scottish Human Rights Commission and an independent facilitator.

    The SNAP Development Working Group has now produced a set of draft proposals and would really like your views on:

    • The SNAP 2 issues that have been identified across 25 themes;
    • The 60+ proposed actions for SNAP 2;
    • How your community could support and be involved in SNAP 2; and
    • An organisation, governance and resourcing model for SNAP 2.

    You can share your views online via Survey Monkey by clicking here or by email to [email protected].

    You can share your views on the draft until Monday 16 December 2019.

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