Scottish Council of Jewish Communites
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities
 
Scottish Council of Jewish Communities

Consultation Responses 2013
 
SCoJeC regularly responds to consultations issued by the Scottish Government and other bodies, in order to enable the views of the Scottish Jewish community to be taken into account when policy is being developed. Responses are prepared after consulting individuals and organisations with particular expertise in the relevant area, as well as Orthodox, Liberal, and Reform religious leaders, and reflect the consensus or range of views expressed.
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2013
Consultation Paper
SCoJeC Response
Analysis of Responses
November
Impact of police reform on local policing (Scottish Parliament Justice Sub-Committee on Policing)
SCoJeC response
 
November
SCoJeC response
 
October
Religious Observance in Schools (Scottish Parliament Public Petitions Committee)
SCoJeC response
 
August
SCoJeC response
 
August
SCoJeC response
May
Beyond 2011: user requirements for population and socio-demographic information (not available online) (National Records of Scotland)
SCoJeC response
 
April
Reshaping Care for Older People: The Contribution of Faith Communities
(not available online) (Faith in Older People)
SCoJeC response
 
March
Marriage and Civil Partnership Bill
(Scottish Government)
SCoJeC response
March
Equality Outcomes
(Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service)
SCoJeC response
 
January
Welfare Reform (not available online)
(Voluntary Action Fund)
SCoJeC response
 

 

   
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