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Monday 14/03/2016

Consultation on the Removal of the 3 Year Limitation period from Civil Actions for Damages for Personal Injury for In Care Survivors of Historical Child Abuse: Analysis of Written Responses - Research Findings [Research]

Research summary of the analysis of the 35 responses to the Scottish Government’s consultation paper seeking views on the draft legislation for the Removal of the 3 Year Limitation Period from Civil Actions for Damages for Personal Injury for In Care Survivors of Historical Child Abuse.

Removal of the 3 Year Limitation Period from Civil Actions for Damages for Personal Injury for In Care Survivors of Historical Child Abuse - Analysis of Consultation Responses [Law, Order and Public Safety]

This report presents an analysis of the responses to the Scottish Government's consultation on the removal of the 3 year limitation period from civil actions for damages for personal injury for in care survivors of historical child abuse.

Removal of the 3 Year Limitation Period from Civil Actions for Damages for Personal Injury for In Care Survivors of Historical Child Abuse: Scottish Government Response to the Consultation [Law, Order and Public Safety]

The Scottish Government's response to the Consultation on the Removal of the 3 Year Limitation Period from Civil Actions for Damages for Personal Injury for In Care Survivors of Historical Child Abuse. This also includes the draft Limitation (Childhood Abuse) (Scotland) Bill and associated explanatory notes.

A consultation on a Scottish replacement to Air Passenger Duty [Public Sector]

A consultation paper seeking views on how a new tax to replace Air Passenger Duty in Scotland should be structured and operate in order to help achieve the Scottish Government's objective of generating sustainable growth by boosting Scotland's international air connectivity.

A Scottish replacement to Air Passenger Duty - Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening and Scoping Report [Environment]

The aim of this report is to set out and seek views on how the environmental effects that may arise from a new tax replacing Air Passenger Duty in Scotland from 1 April 2018 will be considered in a Strategic Environmental Assessment.

Consultation on Provisions for a Future Islands Bill: Analysis of Responses [People and Society]

This report presents the findings of an independent analysis of responses to the Scottish Government's consultation on Provisions for a Future Islands Bill undertaken by Reid-Howie Consultants Ltd.

Empowering Scotland's Island Communities: A Progress Update - March 2016 [People and Society]

This publication sets out progress made through the Island Areas Ministerial Working Group in delivering key commitments set out in the Empowering Scotland's Islands Communities prospectus.

Friday 11/03/2016

Scottish Shelf Model. Part 3: St Magnus Bay Sub-Domain [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 3 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

Scottish Shelf Model. Part 4: East Coast of Lewis and Harris Sub-Domain [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 4 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

Scottish Shelf Model. Part 5: Wider Loch Linnhe System Sub-Domain [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 5 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

Scottish Shelf Model. Part 6: Wider Domain and Sub-Domains Integration [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 6 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

The Scottish Shelf Model. Part 1: Shelf-Wide Domain [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 1 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

The Scottish Shelf Model. Part 2: Pentland Firth and Orkney Waters Sub-Domain [Marine and Fisheries]

Part 2 of the hydrodynamic model developed for Scottish waters.

Consultation on Seatbelt Requirements on Dedicated School Transport [Transport]

The current Scottish Government has a long-standing intention to introduce legislation which would require contracts for dedicated school transport – generally commissioned by local authorities – to stipulate that the vehicles must be fitted with seatbelts. We are soliciting views to help us shape any legislation that may be brought forward in this area by a future Scottish Government, following the devolution of powers to Holyrood on this issue last year.

The use of Confidentiality Clauses and Derogatory Statement Clauses within Settlement Agreements: The rights and responsibilities of NHSScotland employees and employers [Health and Community Care]

This Guidance has been developed in Partnership to support and inform NHSScotland employees and employers of their rights and responsibilities, should they decide to enter into a settlement agreement or a COT3 facilitated by ACAS. The intention of this Guidance is to help both employees and employers to consider their position when considering the inclusion of a confidentiality clause and/or derogatory statement clause in a settlement agreement or COT3.

Thursday 10/03/2016

Evaluation of the Impact of the Implementation of Teaching Scotland’s Future [Research]

The evaluation offers an overview of the current landscape of teacher education, highlighting what progress has been made in key areas since TSF was published and where further progress and improvements are still needed.

Evaluation of the Impact of the Implementation of Teaching Scotland’s Future - Research Findings [Research]

The evaluation offers an overview of the current landscape of teacher education, highlighting what progress has been made in key areas since TSF was published and where further progress and improvements are still needed.

Global Scotland - Scotland's Trade and Investment Strategy 2016-2021 [Economy]

The aim of the Trade and Investment Strategy is to drive a shift in mindset with increased global outlook and greater resilience to risk and give business the ability to compete and add the highest amount of value to goods and services

Wednesday 09/03/2016

Government Expenditure & Revenue Scotland 2014-15 [Statistics]

Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) is a National Statistics publication. It estimates the contribution of revenue raised in Scotland toward the goods and services provided for the benefit of Scotland. The estimates in this publication are consistent with the UK Public Sector Finances published in January 2016.

NHSSCOTLAND CONFIDENTIAL ALERT LINE SIX MONTH REVIEW: 1 FEBRUARY 2015 - 31 JULY 2015 [Health and Community Care]

The NHSScotland Confidential Alert Line was initially launched as a pilot on 2 April 2013. Following a successful pilot period, the former Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing announced that the service would be enhanced further and will continue to 31 July 2016. As part of its contract, the supplier of the alert line is obliged to provide the Scottish Government with evaluation reports at 6 monthly intervals. This document covers the period from 1 February 2015 – 31 July 2015.

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