How we improve our response to issues around Domestic Abuse is being tackled in 2 consultations currently being held in Scotland.
Reminder that if you wish to make comments about the future of Cursiter Quarry in Firth then you will have to do so by the 15th of February.
A consultation event will take place at the Ayre Hotel in Kirkwall on Wednesday 6 February from 2pm to 7pm to provide the local community the opportunity to view the proposed design.
The meeting will take place on Wednesday 6th of February from 2 – 7pm at the Ayre Hotel Kirkwall .
“I encourage anyone with an interest to get in touch with the review, particularly those with experience of the assessments during the 2018/19 academic session.”
A Job Grant would give practical financial support for 16 – 24 year olds moving into employment.
The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee of the Scottish Parliament wants to hear how the sector can move forward and spur on other areas of the economy.
With over 24,000 registered charities at work in Scotland the consultation wants to hear from members of the public, the charity sector, and anyone with an interest in charity law.
““Domestic abuse can shatter lives and rob victims of their confidence, self-esteem and even their home.”
penalties of up to £2,500 and possible up to 5 years imprisonment.