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Dear Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland,

I am writing to request all information you hold that relates to the CRIA of the LGBT Youth Scotland guidance for schools on transgender issues, written by Women and Girls in Scotland.

Yours faithfully,

R Langholm

Gillian Munro, Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland

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Dear R Langholm,

Thank you for your information request. A response to your request for
information will be sent to you promptly; and in any event not later than
the 04 November 2020.

Yours sincerely
Gillian Munro

                  ​
Gillian Munro
Information Officer
​Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland
Bridgeside House
99 McDonald Road
Edinburgh
EH7 4NS

Tel: 0131 346 5350  /  [1]07704 003269
​Young Persons' Freephone: 0800 019 1179
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​Due to the measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, all staff
at the office of the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland are
working remotely until further notice, with a review of this decision as
more information becomes available. We are providing as full a service as
possible and are utilising Microsoft Teams, Zoom and other technology for
meetings. You can continue to contact me by email or on my mobile number.
 
Our advice service is still operating on 0800 019 1179
and [8][email address]. Please visit [9]www.cypcs.org.uk for more
information, including on our current work to promote and protect
children’s human rights in Scotland during this global pandemic.

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Gillian Munro, Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland

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Dear R Langholm,

Please find attached a response to your request for information held
relating to the CRIA by Women and Girls in Scotland. If you have any
questions regarding this response please do not hesitate to contact me at
[email address]

Yours sincerely
Gillian Munro

                  ​
Gillian Munro
Information Officer
​Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland
Bridgeside House
99 McDonald Road
Edinburgh
EH7 4NS

Tel: 0131 346 5350  /  [1]07704 003269
​Young Persons' Freephone: 0800 019 1179
[2]​www.cypcs.org.uk
[3][IMG] [4][IMG]
[5][IMG]      [6][IMG]
                                               
[7]Sign up to our Newsletter
​Due to the measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, all staff
at the office of the Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland are
working remotely until further notice, with a review of this decision as
more information becomes available. We are providing as full a service as
possible and are utilising Microsoft Teams, Zoom and other technology for
meetings. You can continue to contact me by email or on my mobile number.
 
Our advice service is still operating on 0800 019 1179
and [8][email address]. Please visit [9]www.cypcs.org.uk for more
information, including on our current work to promote and protect
children’s human rights in Scotland during this global pandemic.

​Email confidentiality statement
This email is private and confidential.  If you have received this email
in error, please notify us and remove it from your system.  Any views
expressed by the sender of this email are not necessarily those of
Children & Young People’s ​Commissioner Scotland.
 
Privacy notice
Using and looking after your personal information
If you contact us for advice or information, we will collect your personal
information to allow us to get back in touch to provide you with an
answer.
Any personal information that we collect and hold onto is done so in line
with the principles of the [10]General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 
You can find out more about how we look after your personal data in
[11]our privacy guide.
Sharing your personal information
We will normally only share your personal information with someone outside
the Commissioner’s office if you give us permission to do this.
However, if we are worried about your safety or someone else close to you,
we might have to pass on your personal information without your
permission.  Depending on the circumstances, this might involve us
contacting your local social ​work office or the police.
Accessing your personal information
You have the right to request to see any of the information that we hold
about you.  You can find out how to do this by [12]e-mailing us, writing
to us or phoning us.  If you find that any of the information we have is
wrong, then please tell us. 

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