The National Walking Strategy outlines our vision of a Scotland where everyone benefits from walking. It contains recommendations from a working group.
A supporting Document to the National Walking Strategy
Analysis of charges reported under the act to provide information about the nature of the religiously aggravated offending charges, the accused and the victims of incidents.
key findings from analysis of data from the Growing Up in Scotland Study that investigated family and school influences on children’s social and emotional well-being at age 7
Explores family and school influences on two measures of child well-being at age 7: children's subjective assessment of their well-being and an indicator of mental health problems (behavioural and emotional difficulties as measured by parent's response to Goodman's Strenths and Difficulties questionnaire).
Analysis report of the 424 responses to the Scottish Government's consultation paper seeking views on draft legislation for the inclusion in the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Bill and other related policy questions
Research summary of the analysis of the 424 responses to the Scottish Government's consultation paper seeking views on draft legislation for the inclusion in the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Bill and other related policy questions.
'Towards A Litter-Free Scotland' sets out how Scotland can significantly reduce litter and flytipping and support cleaner, safer communities.
The report provides some analyses on the main results taken from the Scottish Governments recent consultation on the Common Agriculture Policy 2015-2020.
Supplementary Consultation Responses to - Scottish Government Consultation on future CAP Direct Payments in Scotland from 2015. These are comments submitted in addition to the main online and manual responses received, which can be view on the link below; There were eight supplementary response received to the Scottish Government Consultation on future CAP Direct Payments in Scotland from 2015. These are included in the total number (467) of responses received.
This report is a summary of responses to the proposals set out in the second consultation on the Scottish Rural Development Programme (SRDP). The SRDP is a programme of economic, environmental and social measures designed to develop rural Scotland. The second consultation set out proposals for the new SRDP (2014-2020), including proposals on budgets, schemes, delivery mechanisms and communications.
Analysis of consultation responses to SRDP
The statistics in this release are based on administrative records and surveys of individual public sector bodies carried out by the Scottish Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The publication includes information on public sector employment in Scotland with distinctions made for employment in devolved bodies and reserved bodies (located in Scotland).
This EQIA considers the impact on equalities groups of introducing independent review of local authority decisions on Scottish Welfare Fund Grants by the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman through the Welfare Funds (Scotland) Bill. It also reviews equalities monitoring information from the first 9 months of operation of the interim Scottish Welfare Fund to see what early lessons are to be learned and what further action is required.
This report assesses the progress made by HMYOI Polmont in responding to the Recommendations made in the full inspection carried out in October 2012.
Electronic and hard copy responses to - Scottish Government Consultation on future CAP Direct Payments in Scotland from 2015
The unique CashBack for Communities Programme, introduced in 2007, takes money
recovered from the proceeds of crime and invests it directly back into Scotland’s young
people and the communities they live in.
The document highlights the breadth of CashBack projects and the life-changing impact that the opportunities they provide have had on Scotland’s young people to allow them to be all they can be.
The CashBack for Communities Programme is a unique Scottish Government initiative, which takes funds recovered through the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 and invests them back into communities.
This national evaluation has three main points of focus – changes in the processes supporting the Programme; the impact of the Programme; and the important lessons to be learned.
This publication provides analyses of trends in reconviction figures up to the latest cohort of 2011-12.
This publication provides estimates of greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland for the years 1990 to 2012.