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Help ensure the new First Minister prioritises the Human Rights Bill to protect and advance human rights in Scotland.

First Minister: Scotland needs the Human Rights Bill

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Scotland’s new First Minister - John Swinney - has a crucial opportunity to protect and strengthen human rights in Scotland. By placing legal duties on public bodies to fulfill people’s rights and obligations on government to fund services, the Human Rights Bill can help build the more just Scotland we all want to see.

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Across Scotland, children are growing up in the grip of poverty, families are stuck in temporary accommodation and many are denied the care they need. The Human Rights Bill can help to change that, by strengthening our NHS, addressing the national housing emergency, empowering communities, improving social care, and tackling poverty.

The Scottish Government has already made repeated promises to deliver this legislation. Now, we need to ensure that the new First Minister honours these commitments and introduces the Bill to Parliament - without delay.

Next month the First Minister will set out his Programme for Government. By taking action - you can show public support for the Human Rights Bill and apply pressure on him to confirm it will be introduced this year. Your voice can help turn these commitments into reality, making Scotland a leader in human rights protections and transforming the lives of people across Scotland

Join us in urging the First Minister to make the Human Rights Bill a priority. Together, we can create a more just Scotland for everyone. 

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