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Previous Consultations

This page contains links to Children in Scotland's responses to consultations and committee evidence.

Consultation on further options for alcohol licensing (March 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to a consultation on proposals for changes to the alcohol licensing regime in Scotland.Read more

Consultation on the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill (March 2013)

The Scottish Government consulted on proposed legislation to introduce same sex marriage and the religious registration of civil partnership. It covers not only the introduction of same sex marriage but the detail of important protections in relation to religious bodies and celebrants, freedom of speech and education.Read more

Consultation on Scottish Human Rights Commission – National Action Plan (March 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to the Scottish Human Rights Commission's consultation for Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights.Read more

Foreign Language Teaching in Primary Schools (Feb 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to the European and External Relations Committee's call for evidence in regard to foreign language teaching in primary schools.Read more

Teenage pregnancy inquiry (Feb 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to Scottish Parliament Health and Sport Committee's call for evidence on the issue of teenage pregnancy in Scotland.Read more

Women and work - Equal Opportunities Committee call for evidence (Feb 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to the Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee's call for evidence on 'Women and Work'.Read more

Consultation on measuring child poverty (Feb 2013)

The UK Government consulted on how Government should measure child poverty.Read more

Post-16 Education (Scotland) Bill Written Evidence to the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee (Jan 2013)

Children in Scotland responded to the to the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee's call for evidence in relation to the Post-16 Education (Scotland) Bill.Read more

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