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General Election 2017 - Priorities for WomenGeneral Election 2017 - Priorities for Women On the 18th April, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that a 'snap' general election will be held on Thursday 8th June this year.

Thank you letter from Jeane Freeman MSPThank you letter from Jeane Freeman MSP Jeane Freeman wrote to the SWC to thank the organisation for its support in achieving the target number of people for the Social Security Experience Panels.

Best Start Maternity GrantBest Start Maternity Grant The Best Start: A Five-Year Forward Plan for Maternity and Neonatal Care in Scotland” was published following the review of maternity and neonatal services.

The Fawcett Society’s Sex Discrimination Law ReviewThe Fawcett Society’s Sex Discrimination Law Review The SWC has responded to the Fawcett Society’s Sex Discrimination Law Review’s second panel session concerning Brexit and VAWG.

Police 2026Police 2026 The SWC has replied to Police Scotland and the SPA’s request for comment on drafting a strategy concerning significant changing in policing over the next ten years in Scotland.

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