On the margins: local authority service provision for Scottish Gypsy Travellers

Scottish Gypsy Travellers have a long history of facing discrimination in Scotland. In 2001, the Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee conducted an inquiry that highlighted continuing discrimination and adopted a number of recommendations for Scottish authorities. Eight years later, Amnesty International Scotland was asked to investigate the issue and this document provides a report of the findings.

Publisher: 
Amnesty International Scotland
Published: 
2012
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