January

PE1307 Petition on Male Victims of Domestic Abuse/Violence (95.6KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to ensure that all publicly funded action on domestic abuse/violence fully address the needs of male victims and their children.

Published: 21 January 2010

PE1306 Petition on Provision of Local Authority Public Petitioning Process (100KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge each local authority to put in place an open, accessible, accountable and participative public petitions process.

Published: 21 January 2010

PE1305 Petition on Extension of Bowel Cancer Screening Programme (111KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to extend the bowel cancer screening programme to the immediate families of those who have been diagnosed with bowel cancer.

20 January 2010

PE1304 Petition on Safeguarding Private Sector Funding of Charities (98KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to make representations to the banking and other private funding sectors to ensure that funding which they provide to charities is maintained in order to protect the jobs and services they provide, many of which are carried out on behalf of public bodies, and to outline how it will address any funding shortfall as a result of the current financial difficulties faced by banks and others.

Published: 20 January 2010

PE1303 Petition on Civil Court Fees Preventing Access to Civil Justice (114KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to restore access to justice for all by abandoning its policy of full withdrawal of public funding for civil courts and repealing the Orders relating to Court of Session, High Court of Judiciary, Public Guardian and Sheriff Court fees which increase the cost to individuals in accessing civil justice.

Published: 20 January 2010

PE1301 Petition on Investigation of Complaints Against Police Force (96KB pdf)

Calls on the Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to make provision to allow individuals complaining about the police force for their area, to approach a police force from a different area to investigate such complaints.

Published: 5 January 2010

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