Scotland continues to face significant challenges to achieving equality across the nation, with inequalities across poverty, health and educational attainment getting worse over the past five years.

In its latest Is Scotland Fairer report, which is published every five years, the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) found that while there have been improvements in outcomes for young people and on the representation of minority groups, Scotland is still underperforming in several key areas.

Rates of both child and adult poverty, for example, have increased over the past decade, with ethnic minorities, Muslims and lesbian, gay and bisexual adults being disproportionately affected.

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