This study seeks to establish the impact of the competitive bidding process on Partnerships which were unsuccessful in their bids to be designated as Priority Partnership Areas (PPAs).
PEPFAA Code aims to highlight potential environmental risks associated with agricultural practices & provide a practical guide to farmers on ways of eliminating or minimising env issues or problems.
SE Literature Review of Alcohol Misuse Treatment
Statistics on firearms in Scotland
The research on which this summary is based was commissioned to assess the impact of the cameras on crime in the city centre and on public concerns about crime.
Report of focus group research of the public's perceptions of aspects of local government. It was prepared to assist the Commission on Local Government & the Scottish Parliament in its deliberations.
This research report on the role and effectiveness of community councils was prepared to inform the deliverations of the Commission on Local Government and the Scottish Parliament.
Investigates public attitudes to improving local democracy, understanding of the funding of local authority services, complaint handling in the public sector, care in the community, career help etc.
The People's Panel was set up as part of a wider programme to modernise government. This first wave of interviewing investigated attitudes towards public services.
Newsletter July 1999 regarding research in social work and social care.
Association of Scottish Colleges: Annual Conference - 11 June 1999: Speech By Mr McLeish
Summary of main document outlining school improvement strategy
Report of the National Review of Resource Allocation for the NHS in Scotland
Code of Practice
This report assesses the relative merits of a number of alternative proportional representation electoral systems for Scottish local government.
These Guidance Notes provide advice on the style and format of Central Research Unit (CRU) reports.
To examine the development and implementation of community mediation schemes run by 3 small scale voluntary organisations in Scotland.