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What was done?
Throughout the development of the Race Equality Framework, the Scottish Government used a variety of engagement activities to ensure that a wide range of organisations and individuals, from grassroots community organisations to practitioners working in the public sector, had an active role in contributing to the framework.
Each of the six themed visions and related goals set out in this framework have been shaped by this involvement process.
The Scottish Government is determined to show leadership in advancing race equality, tackling racism and addressing the barriers that prevent people from minority ethnic communities from realising their potential.
The Race Equality Framework for Scotland sets out how the Scottish Government aims to progress this ambition over a 15-year period from 2016 to 2030.
What was the impact?
Increased chances for minority ethnic individuals and communities to thrive in a Scotland that is seeking to provide opportunities for all its citizens.
How to use this resource to improve practice
The Race Equality Framework for Scotland will take a long term partnership based approach to working with all sectors including the Scottish Parliament, public bodies and agencies, established networks and forums, voluntary sector equality bodies and communities.