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Scottish Child Payment: Islands Community Impact Assessment

The Islands Communities Impact Assessment (ICIA) considers the Scottish Child Payment in relation to its impacts on people living in the Islands under Section 8 of the Islands (Scotland) Act 2018. Impacts relate to digital connectivity, access to the Payment and the ways people in these communities

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Scottish Child Payment: Islands Community Impact Assessment
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Footnotes

1 Family Resources Survey - Children in poverty or material deprivation by age of children in household

2 Scottish Government, Growing Up in Scotland: Health Inequalities in the Early Years

3 The Islands (Scotland) Act 2018

4 Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan, Annex 2

5 Our Charter

6 The Social Security Benefit Take-up Strategy

7 Benefit Take Up Forms and Guidance

8 Child Poverty (Scotland) Act 2017

9 Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan

10 Analysis of Options for the Income Supplement report

11 Universal Credit Scotland dashboard: August 2020

12 Scottish Government website - Scottish Child Payment

13 Key facts on rural Scotland 2018

14 Scotland’s Census 2011: Inhabited islands report 2015 (NRS)

15 Haswell-Smith, H. (2004). The Scottish Islands: A Comprehensive Guide to Every Scottish Island. Edinburgh: Canongate Books Ltd

16 Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan: annex 2 - what is the role of place in relation to poverty?

17 The Social Security Benefit Take-up Strategy

18 Benefit Take Up Forms and Guidance

19 Scottish Government: Funds Awarded to Maximise Benefit Take Up

20 Transport and Poverty in Scotland, Report of the Poverty and Inequality Commission

21 Poverty and social exclusion in rural and urban areas of Scotland, the University of Glasgow

22 The Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan, Annex 2

23 Social Security Experience Panels: Publications

24 Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan, Annex 2

25 Our Charter

26 /Social Security Scotland: Positioning Statement


Contact

Email: kai.stuart@gov.scot