Protecting human rights for everyone in Scotland
The Scottish Human Rights Commission works on legal, policy and practical issues that affect people's human rights in Scotland.
About the Commission
Scotland's National Action Plan
The Commission supports and coordinates Scotland's National Action Plan for Human Rights (SNAP).
SNAP brings together civil society, Scottish Government and public bodies into a collaborative programme of action to build a stronger human rights culture in Scotland.
Launched in December 2013, SNAP was founded on an extensive evidence base, developed through a collaborative process and is being independently monitored.
For more information, visit the SNAP website.