Brexit

 

About the Inquiry

Ongoing work to examine the implications for equalities and human rights in Scotland of the UK's decision to leave the European Union.

Evidence

3 November 2016

Departure of the UK from the European Union - implications for equalities and human rights:

The Committee took evidence from—

  • Lynn Welsh, Head of Legal in Scotland, Equality and Human Rights Commission;
  • Judith Robertson, Chair, Scottish Human Rights Commission;
  • Dr Tobias Lock, Senior Lecturer in EU Law, and Dr Cormac Mac Amhlaigh, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Edinburgh;
  • Prof Muriel Robison, Lecturer in Law, University of Glasgow;
  • Prof Nicole Busby, Professor of Labour Law, University of Strathclyde

Papers for meeting

Official Report

27 April 2017

Departure of the UK from the European Union - implications for equalities and human rights:

The Committee took evidence from—

  • Craig Wilson, Public Affairs and Parliamentary Officer, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations;
  • Professor Ali Watson, Executive Director, Third Generation Project,University of St Andrews.

Papers for meeting

Official Report

Correspondence