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Europe and External Affairs Research Publications

 

Date Publication Description
   
18/09/2007 USA Strategy Research Report This report by TNS System Three is part of a programme of research to support Scotland’s strategy for stronger engagement with the USA. The research aimed to provide a greater understanding of perceptions of the USA and Scotland among key groups in each country and an understanding of decision-making in relation to studying in and forming business links with Scotland.
12/09/2007 Public Attitudes Towards International Development and Fair Trade - Research Findings The research gathered information on knowledge of, and attitudes towards, international development and Fair Trade among young people qand adults in Scotland. The research was carried out in 2007 by placing a module of questions in the Ipsos MORI Schools Omnibus and three questions in the TNS Scottish opinion survey.
20/03/2007 Attitudes Towards the European Union and the Challenges in Communicating 'Europe': Building a Bridge Between Europe and its Citizens - Evidence Review Paper Two This short evidence review was prepared to support the Building a Bridge project. It reviews young people's levels of trust and participation in political processes, as well as their attitudes towards the European Union.
20/03/2007 Participation and Engagement in Politics and Policy Making: Building a Bridge Between Europe and its Citizens - Evidence Review Paper One This evidence review was prepared to support the Building a Bridge project. It focuses on trust in political institutions and civic participation. It compares Scottish levels of political activity within the context of Europe as a whole.
20/03/2007 Young People's Views on Participation and their Attitudes Towards the European Union: Building a Bridge Between Europe and its Citizens - Evidence Review Paper Three This short evidence review was prepared to support the Building a Bridge project. It reviews young people's levels of trust and participation in political processes, as well as their attitudes towards the European Union.
18/12/2006 Evaluation of the “Tartan Week 2006” Programme The evaluation of Tartan Week 2006 was carried out by Scotinform Ltd, an independent market research company, using the Model for Evaluating Overseas Events which was developed by the Scottish Executive. In 2006 the Scottish Executive funded 15 events at Tartan Week in New York; it was a nine-day programme of events which took place primarily in New York but also in Boston and Washington DC.
18/12/2006 Evaluation of the “Tartan Week 2006” Programme - Research Findings The evaluation of Tartan Week 2006 was carried out by Scotinform Ltd, an independent market research company, using the Model for Evaluating Overseas Events which was developed by the Scottish Executive. In 2006 the Scottish Executive funded 15 events at Tartan Week in New York; it was a nine-day programme of events which took place primarily in New York but also in Boston and Washington DC.
18/12/2006 Evaluation of the Scotland in the Netherlands Programme Evaluation of Scotland in Netherlands programme carried out between October 2004 and April 2005. The evaluation demonstrated that the programme had led to cooperative links, collaborations and relationships between Scotland and Netherlands.
18/12/2006 Evaluation of the Scotland in the Netherlands Programme - Research Findings Evaluation of Scotland in Netherlands programme carried out between October 2004 and April 2005. The evaluation demonstrated that the programme had led to cooperative links, collaborations and relationships between Scotland and Netherlands.
30/10/2006 Evaluation of Year One of the Pilot Relocation Advisory Service The Scottish Executive commissioned BMRB Scotland and DTZ Consulting & Research to undertake the evaluation of the first year of the Relocation Advisory Service (RAS), a three year pilot, which aims to provide a one-stop information and advisory service for people interested in moving to Scotland for work or study from other countries and for Scottish businesses looking to recruit from overseas.