Class 7: How we are performing
Information about how the authority performs as an organisation, and how well it delivers its functions and services.
Information we publish under this class includes:
Accounts that show how much has been spent by the Commissioner's office from each year's budget.
A report every year on how the Commissioner has been doing his work.
Audit of how we are doing
Information about the Advisory Audit Board, which advises the Commissioner on corporate governance, managing risk and auditing financial and management performance.
Summarises the auditor's opinions on the Commissioner's financial statements, reporting on conclusions and significant issues that arise from an audit.
As well as looking after the rights of everyone in Scotland under 21 who has been looked after or in care, the Commissioner is one of many organisations and individuals who are corporate parents. Find out more about the responsibilities of being a corporate parent.
Outlines actions and activities that we will take to embed our corporate parenting duties in our work.
Find out more about the Commissioner's functions and duties relating to equality. Read our latest and previous equality duty reports and our equality outcomes for 2017-2021.
This report presents the final findings from the evaluation of the national consultation 'a Right Blether'. The aims of the consultation with children and young people were to raise the profile and work of the Commissioner, Tam Baillie; inform his strategic plan 2011-2015, and raise awareness and understanding of children's human rights.
This review sought to establish the perception of the office and the work of the previous Commissioner.