There are seven long term outcomes for SNAP to achieve by the year 2030. These were identified during SNAP 1 and also apply to SNAP 2.
- Empowerment – Each of us is empowered to understand and embrace the value of human rights, asserting them in all parts of our lives.
- Participation – Each of us can participate in shaping and directing decisions that affect our human rights, and the rights of others.
- Delivery of Public Services – Organisations providing public services contribute to a human rights culture by valuing and putting human rights at the heart of what they do.
- International Obligations – Scotland increasingly implements its international human rights obligations, influences and learns from international experience and promotes human rights in all of its international engagements.
- Accountability – All organisations are held to account for the realisation of people’s rights through international and domestic laws, regulation and monitoring.
- Access to Public Services – Each of us has access to and can enjoy quality public services, which respect our dignity, irrespective of who we are or where we live.
- Equality – Each of us experiences improved opportunities and life outcomes whilst Scotland experiences an overall reduction in inequality of opportunity and outcomes.
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