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Equality & Human Right progress report October 2021-March 2022 - Inspiring Scotland

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Equality & Human Right progress report October 2021-March 2022

This is the first report of the Scottish Government’s Equality and Human Rights Fund (E&HR), covering the period October 2021-March 2022. It provides data on the activities, impact, and contribution to Fund Outcomes, of the 48 E&HR funded organisations. It also provides a more detailed account of progress, success and challenges by policy area.

During the first six months of the programme, the funded organisations have focused on project set-up, staff recruitment, and developing monitoring and evaluation plans. The team at Inspiring Scotland has worked on developing positive working relationships, both with the funded organisations, and with Scottish Government colleagues in the 6 policy teams.

11.04.2017

Autism Innovation & Development Report

The purpose of this paper is to provide a six monthly progress report from Inspiring Scotland on the impact of the Autism Innovation and Development Portfolio activity during the period 1st April 2016 to 30th September 2016. We have looked at what activities have been delivered and what impact this is having. It ties together

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27.06.2017

Active Play: Evaluation Report April 2016

Through our Go2Play Fund, we have invested in four play organisations to deliver an Active Play Programme targeting children in the more deprived areas of Scotland. The Active Play Programme uses play as a means to engage children in physical activity, and to build their skills, confidence and motivation to introduce greater physical activity into their

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19.03.2024

Support in the Right Direction Year 6 mid-year update

The Support in the Right Direction (SiRD) programme provides local independent support, advice and advocacy in line with the Scottish Government’s vision for Self-directed Support. Independent support is integral to social care and without it, many care users and carers would struggle to access the support they need and make use of it in the

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