Fairer Scotland was launched in June 2015 with the intention to speak to as many people as possible…through events, online and in person…to hear first-hand the issues that matter to people and how we can become a Fairer Scotland by 2030.
Over 7000 people took part in Fairer Scotland discussions across the country.
Five key themes are identified in the report. These are: work and living standards; homes and communities; early years, education and health; community participation and public services; and respect and dignity.
The issues raised around these themes are discussed in more detail in the report.