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Featuring publications from the Scottish Arts Council about Equalities.
 
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  2007
Gender Equality Scheme and Action Plan (PDF)
The Scottish Arts Council has both general and specific duties in relation to the employment and other goods and services which we provide. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all people regardless of gender, in connection with the services we provide. The Gender Equality Scheme and action plan sets out the ways in which we will work over the next three years to fully meet these duties.
 
 
 
  2007
Gender Equality Scheme and Action Plan (Word)
The Scottish Arts Council has both general and specific duties in relation to the employment and other goods and services which we provide. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all people regardless of gender, in connection with the services we provide. The Gender Equality Scheme and action plan sets out the ways in which we will work over the next three years to fully meet these duties.
 
 
 
  2006
Disability Equality Scheme
The Scottish Arts Council Disability Equality Scheme is in two parts. Part One is a written element identifying our position on key areas of our operations, and Part Two is an action plan that indicates what we aim to do and how we aim to do it. The action plan is essential – it shows what we will do, how we will measure it, who is responsible and when actions are planned to occur.
 
 
 
  2006
Disability Equality Scheme Action Plan
The Scottish Arts Council Disability Equality Scheme is in two parts. Part One is a written element identifying our position on key areas of our operations, and Part Two is an action plan that indicates what we aim to do and how we aim to do it. The action plan is essential – it shows what we will do, how we will measure it, who is responsible and when actions are planned to occur.
 
 
 
  2006
Disability Equality Scheme and Action Plan
The Scottish Arts Council Disability Equality Scheme is in two parts. Part One is a written element identifying our position on key areas of our operations, and Part Two is an action plan that indicates what we aim to do and how we aim to do it. The action plan is essential – it shows what we will do, how we will measure it, who is responsible and when actions are planned to occur.
 
 
 
  2006
Artfull - Application Form
The application form to use when applying to the ArtFull - arts,mental health and well-being in Scotland Exemplar Projects Programme 2006/07
 
 
 
  2006
Artfull - Guidelines
Application guidelines to read before completing the application form for the ArtFull - arts, mental health and well-being in Scotland Exemplar Projects Programme 2006/07
 
 
 
  2006
Artfull Strategy 2006-2008
This strategy demonstrates the commitment of the Scottish Government and the Scottish Arts Council in supporting the role arts can play in promoting the positive mental health of people living in Scotland.
 
 
 
  2006
Arts in Health Contacts
This information sheet contains details of organisations that work within Arts and Health in Scotland.
 
 
 
  2006
Getting there
A practical resource for arts venues in Scotland to increase the inclusion of disabled people. Contains detailed information, examples of good practice, profiles of arts and disability organisations and contacts.
 
 
 
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