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The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s guidance on setting equality outcomes states that public authorities, such as the Scottish Government, should use a range of evidence relating to people with protected characteristics to set their equality outcomes. A series of seven evidence reviews has been conducted to inform the development of the Scottish Government’s equality outcomes. The reviews explore available evidence about the scale and severity of issues faced by people with protected characteristics.
Setting the Equality Outcomes
The Scottish Government Equality Outcomes, and information about how they were set, can be found here:
Scottish Government Equality Outcomes
If you have any enquiries relating to the Equality Evidence Reviews then please contact us at:
Page updated: Tuesday, April 30, 2013