Correspondence

The correspondence below relates to 2020/21

 For correspondence from 2016 and 2017, please see the following link: CTEER Correspondence, 2016/17.

For correspondence from 2018 and 2019, please see the following link: CTEEA Correspondence 2018-19.

Correspondence 2020/21

European Parliament

The Secretary-General of the European Parliament wrote to the Scottish Parliament’s Chief Executive on 16 October 2020 regarding the closure of the European Parliament office in Edinburgh:

UK's Withdrawal from the EU

European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill 2019-20

The Chair of the Welsh Assembly's External Affairs and Additional Legislation Committee wrote to the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (copied to the CTEEA Committee Convener) on 8 January 2020:

Scottish Government Bi-Annual Reports on EU Issues 2020

The Committee considered four bi-annual reports from the Scottish Government at its meeting on 9 January 2020. Following that consideration, the following correspondence was issued and received:

1 + 2 Languages Policy

Erasmus +

Horizon 2020

Shared Prosperity Fund

Scottish Government Bi-Annual Reports on EU Issues 2021

The Committee considered bi-annual reports from the Scottish Government at its meeting on 14 January 2021. Following that consideration, the following correspondence was issued and received:

1+2 Languages Policy

Migration: Helping Scotland Prosper

The European Union's Strategic Agenda for 2020-24: Scotland's Perspective

Creative Scotland: Refreshed Strategy and Funding Framework

Budget Scrutiny 2020-21

For correspondence relating to the Committee's pre-budget scrutiny for 2020-21, please see the page CTEEA Correspondence 2018-19.

Correspondence with the House of Lords European Union Committee

A Culture Strategy for Scotland

UK Tourism Ministers Meetings

The UEFA European Championship (Scotland) Act 2020

Screen Scotland

The Committee took evidence from Screen Scotland on 12 March 2020. Following that session, the Convener wrote to the Executive Director of Screen Scotland seeking further information on issues raised during the session:

The Executive Director of Screen Scotland replied to the Convener's letter on 15 May 2020:

Scotland's Census

The Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture wrote to the Committee on 28 April 2020 with an update:

The Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture wrote to the Committee on 17 July 2020 with a further update:

Following an evidence session on 17 September 2020, the Convener wrote to the Registrar General for Scotland, National Records of Scotland on 21 September 2020:

The Registrar General for Scotland replied to the Convener's letter on 12 October 2020:

The National Records of Scotland wrote to the Committee on 16 November 2020 with follow-up information from the Committee's consideration of the draft Census Order on 29 October 2020:

The Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Fair Work and Culture wrote to the Committee on 22 January 2021 regarding the planning for Scotland’s Census 2022:

EU Structural and Investment Funds

Review of the Scottish Government's Approach to International Development in Light of COVID-19

EU Exit Legislation - Protocol with the Scottish Parliament

Youth Music Initiative Budget 2021-22

Public Sector Broadcasters and Commissioning

The Committee took evidence from representatives of production companies on public sector broadcasters and commissioning on 8 October 2020. Following that evidence session, the Committee agreed to write to the following organisations:

BBC Annual Report and Accounts

The Committee took evidence from the BBC on their 2019-20 Annual Report and Accounts on 29 October 2020. Following that evidence session, the Committee agreed to write to Steve Carson, Director, BBC Scotland:

The Director of BBC Scotland replied to the Convener's letter on 9 December 2020:

Scottish Video Games Industry

On 3 November 2020, Dr Richard Wilson OBE, Chief Executive Officer for TIGA wrote to the Committee regarding the publication of new TIGA research:

Scottish Shared Prosperity Fund

European Social Fund and European Regional Development Fund Programmes

Office of the Internal Market

Scottish Government's Population Strategy

Scotland: A Good Global Citizen - A Scottish Perspective on Climate, Defence, Security and External Affairs

Scottish Government's Engagement with Nordic, Baltic and Arctic Partners

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