Working Group to consider standalone offence on misogynistic harassment.
Employers of EU farm workers have been reminded of the deadline for the settled status scheme which will give them the right to remain in the UK indefinitely.
Guidance to help local authorities, third sector organisations and partners working in Scotland’s schools, colleges and communities to provide community learning and development (CLD) services safely.
Freelance journalist and disability campaigner Michael McEwan says it is vital that disabled people are getting the information they need during the coronavirus crisis
The Scottish Government has launched the Social Care Staff Support Fund to protect care workers during the pandemic.
Grants of up to £250,000 will be handed out to small and medium sized charities to help them survive Covid-19
Young people across Scotland are reporting an increase in online bullying since lockdown began, according to an education charity.
FACE coverings will become mandatory in Scotland's shops from the end of next week, the First Minister has confirmed.
What should Kirkcaldy look like after lockdown?
Age Scotland has raised its concern after a new study showed older people are struggling to cope during lockdown
Today (30 June 2020) marks one year before the EU Settlement Scheme application deadline of 30 June 2021. So far, there have already been more than 3.6 million applications and, according to internal management figures, more than 3.3 million have now been granted status.
First Bus has drawn praise from a disability charity after updating its app to show wheelchair-accessible spaces on their local bus services in real time.
News emerged last month that black people are up to four times more likely to die of COVID-19 than white people.
Fears of a growing poverty crisis have prompted a campaign to help fuel families with food and essentials.
Indicative dates for Phase 2 and early Phase 3 measures announced to help planning.