The date of the next Committee and Annual General Meeting will be held on Saturday 2nd November 2019, from 2 to 4pm.
Venue: Room 3, in Woodside Hall, 36 Glenfarg St, Glasgow G20 7QE
All members are welcome, but please advise the Secretary if you wish to attend.
Have you attempted to hold a local authority or public service body to account over their actions or failure to act appropriately?
Are you getting nowhere with your complaints?
Do you feel powerless?
Are you one of the many who no longer trust government, local government etc?
Have you been badly let down by any government funded body, or by any government organisations, including Local Authorities, Planning Departments, the National Health Service, the Scottish Public Service Ombudsman?
Do you have bags full of correspondence all to no avail?
If you answered YES to any of the above you are NOT alone!
To improve Administrative Justice in Scotland
Accountability Scotland was set up to improve the administrative justice system in Scotland. This is the overall system by which decisions of an administrative or executive nature are made in relation to particular persons, including: procedures for making such decisions; law under which such decisions are made; and systems for resolving disputes and airing grievances in relation to such decisions*.