Freedom of Information and Complaints

We want to make it easy for you to find the information you need about the Scottish Human Rights Commission.

Our full publications scheme is available to download in Word. Documents such as our Annual Report are available in Publications and Reports.

If you would like to request information from us under the Freedom of Information Act then please email us, call us on 0131 244 3550, or write to us at Scottish Human Rights Commission, Governor’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh, EH1 3DE.

More information about Freedom of Information and Scottish public authorities is available from the Scottish Information Commissioner.  You can contact the office of the Scottish Information Commissioner on 01334 464610.

The Scottish Human Rights Commission has adopted the Nolan Committee’s Seven Principles of public life to guide its work: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty and Leadership.

We know that things can sometimes go wrong. Please tell us if this happens, so that we can learn from any mistakes. If you would like to make a complaint about the Commission please email us, call us on 0131 244 3550, or write to us at Scottish Human Rights Commission, Governor’s House, Regent Road, Edinburgh, EH1 3DE. We will acknowledge your complaint within five working days of receipt and contact you to set out a timetable to resolve the complaint. We keep a record of all complaints made about our services and record the outcome. You can also read our complaints handling policy in Word format.