Scotland has implemented higher levels of compliance with regard to the Equality Act duties than England. This report may be useful when considering how to articulate mainstreaming in terms of the breadth of what your organisation does. It is also one more example of the Equality Act outcome setting processes in action. Two more notable things; the wider context of human rights (p.20) recognises the obvious synergy between the two agendas and culture’s contribution to equality in Scotland is also noted on page 23. Many thanks to National Museums Scotland for recently sharing with DHG London group their equality outcome setting and reporting processes which is available on request. Thanks to The Network for flagging up this useful resource.
Resource: Scottish Government Equality Outcomes and Mainstreaming Report
May 31, 2013
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