Evaluation Report of the "You've Earned It" Benefit Uptake campaign that ran in October 2017.
Public consultation running between 28 March and 20 June 2018 seeking views on the introduction of compulsory CCTV in all areas of slaughterhouses where live animals are present.
The organisational duty of candour underpins the Scottish Government’s commitment to openness and learning which is vital to the provision of safe, effective and person-centred health and social care. This guidance focuses on the implementation of the legal duty of candour procedure for all organisations that provide health services, care services or social work services in Scotland.
Key things to consider before purchasing and installing a Public Access Defibrillator.
The plan sets out the next steps we will take to deliver more effective and joined-up employability support across Scotland.
This is the interim guidance for the Fairer Scotland Duty which comes into force in April 2018. It places a legal responsibility on particular public bodies in Scotland to actively consider (‘pay due regard’ to) how they can reduce
inequalities of outcome caused by socioeconomic
The latest data on children and young people looked after, on the child protection register and in secure care.
Statistical bulletin on drug seizures recorded by Police Scotland in 2016-17.
Main findings from the Scottish Crime and Justice Survey 2016/17.
This document is the analysis of the autism strategies engagement exercise which took place over, October to December 2017. An online engagement ran from Oct to Nov 17 and 4 regional events took place in December. This document is the analysis of over 1000 people's responses to that engagement.
Economic Research on autism and implications for Scotland. A report to provide a reliable foundation for identifying those costs which maybe 'escapable' with appropriate interventions.
This document sets out the priorities for action through to 2021 to improve outcomes for autistic people living in Scotland.
The policy objectives of the BSG cash payments are to improve children’s wellbeing and life chances, providing support to lower income families at key transition points in early years. BSG will help mitigate the effects of child poverty and material deprivation. The Best Start Regulation Consultation seeks to ensure the draft regulations meet these objectives.
A review of how the Warmer Homes Scotland Scheme has preformed and progress made towards meeting the scheme's stated objectives
This document sets out the Scottish Ministers’ framework for monitoring the compliance and enforcement of letting agent regulation in Scotland.
Farm Workers in Scottish Agriculture: Case Studies in the International Seasonal Migrant Labour Market
eHealth Funding Independent Review
Scotland's National Marine Plan was adopted and published in March 2015. This is the first review of its implementation.
Scottish Ministers have a duty to publish a Carers' charter under the Carers (Scotland) Act 2016. The charter will help to make carers aware of their rights under the Act.
To develop a sustainable national approach to post-registration and postgraduate education and continuing professional development that will support nurses and midwives across career pathways, from registration to specialist, advanced and consultant roles.