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Ending Violence in Scottish Schools - Amendment

  • Submitted by: Jenny Gilruth, Mid Fife and Glenrothes, Scottish National Party.
  • Date lodged: Tuesday, 05 March 2024
  • Motion reference: S6M-12389.2
  • Current status: Taken in the Chamber on Wednesday, 06 March 2024

As an amendment to motion S6M-12389 in the name of Liam Kerr (Ending Violence in Scottish Schools), insert at end ", alongside local authorities, schools, teachers and young people themselves; recognises the work that is already underway to respond to these challenges, including the joint national action plan with COSLA, which will publish in the spring; welcomes the publication of the gender-based violence in schools framework, which it agrees is a necessary step in responding to the increase in misogynistic behaviours identified by the behaviour in Scottish schools research and reports by teaching unions, and reaffirms, in the week of International Women’s Day, the need to end misogyny in Scotland’s schools and wider society."


Vote

Result 92 for, 20 against, 0 abstained, 17 did not vote Vote Passed

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Related motion

Motion ref. S6M-12389

Ending Violence in Scottish Schools

Submitted by: Liam Kerr, North East Scotland, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, Date lodged: Monday, March 4, 2024

Supported by: Douglas Lumsden
Current status: Taken in the chamber on Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Result 94 for, 20 against, 0 abstained, 15 did not vote Vote Passed


Defeated related amendments

Motion ref. S6M-12389.1

Ending Violence in Scottish Schools - Amendment - Amendment

Submitted by: Pam Duncan-Glancy, Glasgow, Scottish Labour, Date lodged: Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Supported by: Martin Whitfield
Current status: Taken in the chamber on Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Result 53 for, 61 against, 0 abstained, 15 did not vote Vote Defeated