The Community Wellbeing Board were updated on COSLA’s ongoing work with partners to increase provision of accomodation for gypsy/travellers in Scotland.
The Community Wellbeing Board approved proposed priorities and suggested activities to increase provision of good quality accommodation for Gypsy/Travellers across Scotland.
The Community Wellbeing Board were asked for their views on ways in which COSLA, and local government more broadly, can drive local leadership to improve outcomes for, and tackle racism and discrimination experienced by, Gypsy/Travellers.
The Community Wellbeing Board approved a programme of work to engage with national policy developments
Read more about our work around Gypsy/Travellers HERE.