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Strategy Implementation Group for Scotland

Published:
17 June 2021
Updated:
17 June 2021

The Strategy Implementation Group is a group of organisations which have come together to coordinate the delivery of the National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms (the National Strategy) in Scotland.

The Group was initially convened and is facilitated by the Gambling Commission which led the development of the National Strategy, published in April 2019 and formally launched in Scotland in June 2019.

The Implementation Group brings together public health, local and national government, health and social care oversight and service commissioners with intelligence and other powers to identify and determine the most impactful priority actions to reduce gambling harms in Scotland. In carrying out these functions, it will collaborate with a range of partners, including gambling businesses, experts by experience, third sector organisations and many others to drive the delivery of initiatives under the National Strategy.

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Members of the Strategy Implementation Group for Scotland
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