Details of proposed reparative justice action

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Dear University of Glasgow,

I request full details of what reparative justice the University intends to make towards people affected by the enslavement of African people. In particular,
Please explain what you mean when you say 'reparative justice programme'
please detail the series of measures you intend to make as part of a reparative justice programme.
please confirm when and how you have consulted with / engaged with members of the affected communities in the development of this programme
please explain how the creation of a centre for the study of slavery and a memorial or tribute in university grounds in the name of the enslaved forms part of this programme, i.e. how this help to 'repair' the harm and damage to people of African descent
In your response please give regard to the 10 point reparation plan developed by The Caribbean Reparations Commission the body created to establish the moral, ethical and legal case for the payment of Reparations by all the former colonial powers and the relevant institutions of those countries, to the nations and people of the Caribbean Community for the Crimes against Humanity of Native Genocide, the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade and a racialized system of chattel Slavery.
10 Point Reparation Plan
1. Full Formal Apology
2. Repatriation
3. Indigenous Peoples Development Program
4. Cultural Institutions
5. Public Health Crisis
6. Illiteracy Eradication
7. African Knowledge Program
8. Psychological Rehabilitation
9. Technology Transfer
Debt Cancellation

I look forward to your full and substantive reply within the 20 working days prescribed by FOISA.

Yours faithfully,

Ms N Richards

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Dear N. Richards,

Please find attached the University's response to your Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 request dated 14/01/2019 timed 1318 hours.

Yours sincerely,

Data Protection and Freedom of Information Office

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University of Glasgow
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Glasgow G12 8QQ

The University of Glasgow, charity number SC004401