Submit your ideas for a fairer recovery after coronavirus
October 1, 2020
Community groups and organisations can help shape a fairer recovery after coronavirus by submitting ideas to the Social Renewal Advisory Board, which has been set up by the Scottish Government.
The Advisory Board wants to hear your ideas and learn from the response to the COVID pandemic.
Any organisation, group or community can offer ideas.
The Social Renewal Advisory Board
The aim of the Social Renewal Advisory Board is to do the ‘big thinking’ that can help bring about a Fairer Scotland as we recover from the pandemic and look to the future.
It includes a strong focus on tackling poverty, advancing equality and embedding human rights.
Call for ideas
This is an invitation for you to tell the board what needs to change to bring about a Fairer Scotland in the future, based on your learning from the COVID pandemic.
Your ideas could focus on one of the themes discussed by the board: housing and place, work, income, public services, and attitudes and discrimination. Or on something else you think is important.
Some ideas will be for the Scottish Government to take up. But you might also have other suggestions for local government, business, employers, the UK Government, providers of services, or the third sector (voluntary groups).
Any organisation should feel free to send in ideas. The Advisory Board would particularly like to hear from groups working with people with protected characteristics.
This call for ideas and evidence is open until the 16th October.