Family Justice Modernisation Strategy A Consultation - Commission & Diligence - Roundtable discussion attendees and "stakeholders"

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Dear Scottish Government,

The document ‘Review of Part 1 of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995 and creation of a Family Justice Modernisation Strategy A Consultation’ published in May 2018 in ‘Part 3: Commission and diligence’ states the following:

3.08 The Scottish Government held a roundtable discussion in December 2015 and sent a letter seeking views on commission and diligence to a number of key stakeholders in March 2016.

Which organisations were recorded as participating in the "roundtable discussion in December 2015"?

Which organisations were recorded as "stakeholders" receiving "a letter seeking views on commission and diligence" in March 2016?

Yours faithfully,

SJA Grove

Scottish Government

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Dear Scottish Government,

The Scottish Government are thanked for providing the link to the archive document (and thus the Section 25(1) exemption) listing the addressees as:

Aberlour
Barnardo’s Scotland
Dr Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane
Child Law Centre
Children and Young People’s Commissioner in Scotland
Children 1st
ClanChildLaw
Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
Equality and Human Rights Commission Scotland
Faculty of Advocates
Families Need Fathers
Family Law Association
Information Commissioner (UK)
Law Society of Scotland
Professor Jane Mair
NHS National Services Scotland
Professor Kenneth Norrie
NSPCC Scotland
Parenting across Scotland
Relationships Scotland
Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration
Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service
Scottish Legal Aid Board
Scottish Women’s Aid
Scottish Youth Parliament
Social Work Scotland
Society of Local Authority Lawyers and Administrators in Scotland
Society of Messengers-at-Arms and Sheriff Officers
Professor Elaine Sutherland
Together
Who cares? Scotland

The individuals listed namely Dr Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane, Professor Jane Mair, Professor Kenneth Norrie and Professor Elaine Sutherland can be linked to the organisations that they were associated with at the time of this communication with the Scottish Government.

Yours faithfully,

SJA Grove