CRWIA examining the potential impact on children and young people of the Provision in Relation to Social Security Appeals
EQIA for Regulations making provision in relation to Social Security Appeals following consultation with stakeholders, interesred parties and the Judicary.
Islands Communities Screening Assessment of the consultation on Regulations making provision in relation to Social Security Appeals
This report from the Scottish Government covers the views of all those who provided feedback during the consultation process and explains where the draft Regulations have been revised. In doing so it was necessary to balance the views of respondents, the judiciary and the Social Security Committee’s evidence gathering session, while ensuring that what is proposed does not lead to operational or other difficulties.
Independent analysis of the consultation responses on the draft Regulations making provision for social security appeals for develoved benefits in the Scottish social security systems.
As part of the overall evaluation of the Attainment Scotland Fund, local authorities across Scotland took part in a short online survey. The survey invited views specifically around governance, sustainability, Pupil Equity Fund planning and support as well as unintended consequences of the fund.
This document is an Equality Impact Assessment based on the Scottish Government's updated guidance on managing school exclusions.
This document is an Equality Impact Assessment Record which was done to assess the impacts of the Scottish Government's plan to introduce a national minimum school clothing grant
This document presents the findings on the impacts of the Scottish Government's decision to introduce a national minimum school clothing grant in partnership with local authorities
This Summary Document provides an overview of the Scottish Government’s Climate Change Plan 2018-2032.
The Climate Change Plan sets out how Scottish Government will continue to drive down emissions over the period to 2032.
This preliminary, exploratory phase has formed Dame Denise Coia's initial recommendations and will inform setting up the Task Force structure needed to take forward the work of making real improvement.
A report on the progress made on Scotland's Good Food Nation ambitions
This BRIA has considered the potential effects of the Best Start Grant and how it impacts on businesses.
This CRWIA has considered the potential effects of the Best Start Grant and how it impacts on children.
The Scottish Government's response to points raised in the consultation on draft regulations for the Best Start Grant
Analysis of responses received during consultation on draft regulations for the Best Start Grant
Equality Impact Assessment considering the potential effects of the Best Start Grant and how it impacts on people with one or more protected characteristics.
This ISA has considered the potential effects of the Best Start Grant and how it impacts on island communities.
The evidence review maps available national data on child health and wellbeing against the SHANNARI domains, to produce a full and detailed picture of ‘where we are now’ on child health and wellbeing in Scotland.
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). This is a snapshot of employment as at June 2018. The publication includes information on public sector employment in Scotland with distinctions made for employment in devolved bodies and reserved bodies (located in Scotland). The public sector is defined based on UK National Accounts definitions.