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An End to In-work Poverty Deabte, 18/03/15 [S]
Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 18 March 2015 on An End to In-work Poverty, the debate was opened by Patrick Harvie (Green).

Educational Attainment (Impact of Severe Deprivation) Oral Question, 18/03/15 [S]
During Portfolio Question Time on 18 March 2015 Neil Bibby (Lab)asked the Scottish Government what the impact is of severe deprivation on a child’s educational attainment.

The Cumulative Impact of Welfare Reform on Households in Scotland Report, 2/03/15 [S]
On Monday 2 March 2015 the Welfare Reform Committee published its 1st Report, 2015 (Session 4): The Cumalitive Impact of Welfare Reform on Households in Scotland.

Impact of Welfare Reforms on Children's Families Revealed, 02/03/15 [S]
Parents and people with disabilities are being hit hardest by the UK Government’s programme of welfare reform according to new research commissioned by the Scottish Parliament’s Welfare Reform Committee.

Parental imprisonment Debate, 26/02/15 [S]
Debate in the Scottish Parliament on 26 February 2015 on Parental Imprisonment. The debate was opened by Mary Fee (Lab).

Childcare Oral Question, 19/02/15 [S]
During First Minister's Question Time on 19 February 2015 Kezia Dugdale (Lab) asked the First Minister that today marks the first anniversary of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. Can the First Minister tell us whether the proportion of local authorities reporting sufficient childcare for full-time working parents in Scotland is higher or lower than that in England?

Rape Crisis Centre Funding Motion, 16/01/15 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 16 February 2015 by Christina McKelvie (SNP) onLanarkshire Rape Crisis Centre Funding Success.

Access to Asylum in Scotland Motion, 16/02/15 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 16 February 2015 by Ken Macintosh (Lab) on Restricted Access to Asylum in Scotland.

Children in Scotland Survey Findings Written Answer, 10/02/15 [S]
Written answer given in response to Cara Hilton's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government what its position is on the suggestion in the second survey of Children in Scotland's Parent Participation Project that "disabled children and their parents and carers frequently find it very difficult to access services that could enable the children to lead fulfilling lives, achieve the best life outcomes possible, and support families adequately".

Service Provision for Disabled and Non-Disabled Children Written Answer, 10/02/15 [S]
Written answer given in response to Cara Hilton's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government what steps it is taking to ensure that adequate service provision is allocated to ensure equality of provision for disabled and non-disabled children.