PEWG responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on its draft rented sector strategy, with the help of Quaker Housing Trust.
The 2022 Scottish local elections are due to take place on 5 May 2022, as part of the 2022 United Kingdom local elections.
We have responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Draft Fourth National Planning Framework (NPF4) from our convictions as Quakers.
We had a busy year in 2021: Our Parliamentary Engagement Officer Andrew Tomlinson has written a round-up of the work done during 2021 which is in the Documents section of this page and on each of t
PEWG responded to a consultation on statutory guidance in line with Section 96(3) of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 (the Act), which states that Scottish Ministers must issue gui
In this consultation the Scottish government were seeking suggestions on the practical actions the Scottish Government and other actors can take to end the need for food banks, with a view to devel
The PEWG have responded to the Scottish Government's Review of their Land Rights and Responsibilities Statement.
Quakers in Scotland have responded to the call for views by the independent task force set up by the Scottish Government which is currently consulting about a potential new Human Rights law for Sc
Quakers in Scotland make a submission to the consultation on the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots Law
A new Parliamentary Engagement Officer has been appointed and started work on the 5th October.
He is Andrew Tomlinson and has previously worked for the Church of Scotland.
Quakers in Scotland are working with Together (Scottish Alliance for
Children’s Rights) on a new Bill to enshrine children’s rights into Scots
Quakers in Scotland have joined with civic society organisations in calling on the First Minister to discuss how Scotland can lead a radical response to the double crises of climate change and Coro