As part of our work, we raise awareness about deaf issues in the Scottish Parliament and lobby MSPs for better services, improved access, BSL recognition, more bilingual professionals, etc.
In this section you will find:
Session 5 of the Scottish Parliament
The Scottish Parliament Local Government and Communities Committee has launched a call for views from all interested organisations and individuals as part of the work it is undertaking on homelessness.
The call for views can be accessed at: http://www.parliament.scot/parliamentarybusiness/CurrentCommittees/104570.aspx.
If you wish to respond to the Committee then please send your submissions to LGCCommittee@parliament.scot no later than Wednesday 14 June 2017. Please note that written submissions to the Committee are published on the Committee’s website in line with the Parliament’s policy on treatment of written evidence by Committees. Please confirm that you are content for your submission to be published in line with the policy.
If you would like to discuss any aspect of the Committee’s call for views then please contact a member of the clerking team.
Local Government and Communities Committee
Edinburgh, EH99 1SP
Direct Dial: 0131 348 5206
TextRelay: 18001 0131 348 5206
Fax: 0131 348 5600
The Equal Opportunities Committee – now the Equalities and Human Rights Committee
On 29 September 2016, the Equal Opportunities Committee’s name and remit was amended to the Equalities and Human Rights Committee. SCoD was asked to give evidence at the Equal Opportunities Committee on deaf people and human rights. To read the paper that our evidence was based on, click here for the word version and here for the PDF version.