Consultation paper seeking views on a proposed Implementation Strategy to support Scotland's Higher Activity Radioactive Waste Policy.
This publication reports the 2014 findings of the Anholt-GfK Roper Nation Brands Index (NBI) on Scotland's international reputation in terms of exports, governance, culture, people, tourism and investment and immigration.
The Scottish Government's Women on Board: Quality Through Diversity Consultation ran from 30 April 2014 to 4 July 2014. In total 69 responses were received, this publication presents the findings from the consultation.
The Employment Research Institute was commissioned by the Scottish Government to identify how barriers to equality and diversity representation at board level in public, private and third sector organisations could be overcome, particularly for women. The report outlines the findings.
The Employment Research Institute was commissioned by the Scottish Government to identify how barriers to equality and diversity representation at board level in public, private and third sector organisations could be overcome, particularly for women. This is the executive summary that accompanies the main report.
The Women on Boards: Quality through Diversity consultation ran between 30 April and 4 July 2014. It focused on how, if Scotland had the power to introduce gender diversity quotas, this would work in practice.
All Non - confidential responses to the consultation paper on proposed changes to Planning Legislation on Planning Controls, Payday Lending and Betting Offices.
This report describes a modelling approach which has been developed to correct the reported catch of Scottish rod fisheries by accounting for recaptures associated with these data.
Consultation responses to the Consultation on Proposals for a Harbours (Scotland) Bill
The Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2013 - Medical Leadership in Scotland.
The ‘Caring for people in the last days and hours of life’ Guidance and associated 4 principles provide a framework for further planning and development across health and care settings in Scotland.
This National Statement confirms the 'Caring for people in the last days and hours of life' guidance and 4 principles as the framework for further planning and development at a local level across Scotland.
This papers is seeking views on whether or not the Regulations take the best approach within the framework set by the Historic Environment Scotland Act, to achieve the stated aims of streamlining and transparency. We are also seeking any thoughts you may have on the impact of the changes, including any concerns and would welcome views on how the Regulations will be brought into operation, for example in the form of supporting guidance.
The requirement to display sensitive areas relating to the life history of commercially important fish species in British waters is well recognized and has been used by the Oil and Gas and other offshore industries for over thirty years. An update of these maps will continue to contribute accurate spatial information which will aid sustainable ecosystem-based marine management.
ScotMap provides spatial information on the fishing activity of Scottish registered commercial fishing vessels under 15 m in overall length. Information is provided on areas in which they fish, and to provide associated information on their fishing vessel, species targeted, fishing gear used and income from fishing.
Report describing the depth use of homing Atlantic salmon caught and released on the north coast of Scotland, recorded over 1-20 days using pop-up satellite telemetry during the summers of 2013 and 2014.
Guidance for the assessment and management of young people who present a risk of harm through sexually harmful and/or violent behaviour. Part of suite of Whole System Approach Jouth Justice Guidance
This publication contains the final estimates of cereal and oilseed rape production and yield for the 2014 harvest in Scotland.
The purpose of this guidance is to clarify the duties of corporate parents. It is designed to support corporate parents to develop practices to improve the outcomes for looked after children and care leavers.
This National Report provides an overview of the results of the 2014 NHSScotland Staff Survey. The National Staff Survey gives all NHSScotland staff the opportunity to provide feedback on their experience of working for the organisation.