On the 25th June 2018 Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland hosted a policy seminar for local child poverty leads bringing together representatives from nineteen local authorities and six health boards as well as the Scottish Government, COSLA, SPIRU (Scottish Poverty and Inequality Research Unit), NHS Health Scotland and the Improvement Service.
The objective of the seminar was to discuss the duties placed on local authorities and health boards by the Child Poverty (Scotland) Act 2017 and in particular the duty on each local authority area to produce Local Child Poverty Action Reports (LCPARS).
The report is available here.
You can access the presentations given at the seminar by clicking on the links below.
Paul Tyrer - Scottish Government presentation
Kerry McKenzie - NHS Health Scotland
Dr. Rosie Illet - Glasgow Child Poverty Coordinator, CPAG
Jo McLaughlin - Improvement Service
Dr. Stephen Sinclair
Robin Tennant, Poverty Alliance
Kirsty McKechnie - Early Warning System, CPAG