Lucy oversees the ALLIANCE’s policy and public affairs work, Scottish Sensory Hub, and a portfolio of programmes and work streams.
As a member of the ALLIANCE’s senior management team, her goal is to ensure the organisation sustains and strengthens its position of influence and achieves its vision of a Scotland where everyone has a strong voice and enjoys their right to live well.
Lucy’s areas of responsibility and strategic oversight include:
- Policy and public affairs.
- Research, outcomes and impact.
- Humans rights.
- Health and Social Care Academy Programme.
- Scottish Sensory Hub.
- Special Projects (Scotland Reducing Gambling Harm and Living Well: Emotional Support Matters).
Opinions written by Lucy
Lucy highlights some ALLIANCE human rights activity from this year and to mark Human Rights Day 2023.Continue reading
The next Scottish Parliament could transform lives with a new human rights law.Continue reading
Social care is just one aspect of people’s lives that would vastly improve if we incorporate international human rights.Continue reading
An independent evaluation of the first five years of Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights has been published.Continue reading
The ALLIANCE proposes a rights based approach to the reform of adult social care in Scotland.Continue reading
Lucy highlights that universal access to independent advocacy should be a cornerstone of the new Scottish system.Continue reading
Not as well as they should, if the ALLIANCE’s research is anything to go by.Continue reading