EHR Webinar 4 – Impact and Outcomes (video and transcription)
Slide 1 – Introduction
Hello, and thank you for watching this webinar which is about the impact and outcomes of the Equality and Human Rights Fund. My name is Holly and I am a member of the Equality and Human Rights Team at Inspiring Scotland.
Slide 2 â€“ Framework
Within the Fund Guidance notes there is information on a strategic framework for funding. There is a diagram which sets out fund inputs, outputs, and outcomes and impact and relating it all back to the national performance framework and UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This framework will be used to learn about the delivery and impact of fundedÂ organisations. WeÂ are thereforeÂ asking all applicantsÂ to tell us how the activity they propose contributes to the intermediate and longer-term outcomes in the framework.
Slide 3 â€“ Intermediate Outcomes
There are five intermediate outcomes. These are:
Slide 4 â€“ Longer Term Outcomes
There are also three longer-term outcomes which are:
It is important to look at these and select which outcomes you think your work does or could contribute to. You donâ€™t need to select all of them, just the ones that are relevant to the work you want funded.
Slide 5 â€“ Protected Characteristics
As weÂ have mentioned inÂ theÂ other videosÂ the Fund will support work that advances human rights, promotes equality, and tackles discrimination.Â Â And as I mentioned on the previous slides, some of theÂ outcomes refer to peopleÂ with protected characteristics.
Under the Equality Act 2010 it is illegal to discriminate against, or harass someone, because of a protected characteristic. These include age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
For the purposes of this funding programme, the outcomes referÂ in particular toÂ age, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability, and race.
The other protected characteristics are led by other Scottish Government portfolios and there are some differentÂ strandsÂ of funding with a focus on community cohesion and inclusion being developed. More information on those funding arrangements will be available after the Scottish parliamentary election in May 2021.
Slide 6 â€“ Contact us
Thanks forÂ watching this webinar. In the next video Louise willÂ talkÂ aboutÂ how toÂ applyÂ and what toÂ submit with your application.Â Â Our contact details are there on the screen;Â followÂ us on social media for more information and support or get in touch if you have any questions.Â We look forward to hearing from you.
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