Presentation and live Q&A exploring the processes of budgeting, budget scrutiny and the added value of taking a human rights based approach.
This webinar will introduce participants to the What? Why? and How? of human rights budget work – exploring the processes of budgeting, budget scrutiny, the added value of taking a human rights based approach to this work and why now for Scotland.
Participants are encouraged to pose questions to panellists during the presentation element of the webinar. These will be used for the Q&A section of the activity. Information on how to do that will be given during the welcome and introduction.
Alison Hosie – Research Officer, Scottish Human Rights Commission
Alison has been the Research Officer at the Scottish Human Rights Commission since it commenced work in 2008. She supports the Commission’s research needs by developing and managing external research contracts and undertaking primary and secondary research. Her current areas of work focus on human rights budget work, measurement of national progress on human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Prior to working for the Commission, Alison spent 15 years as a social researcher, first within academia and then as an independent researcher focusing primarily on areas of health and educational policy.
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