The Scottish Government and its partners have been working to improve the quantity and quality of equality evidence which we gather.
This page contains information about the strategy for improving Scotland's equality evidence base, and guidance on collecting equality data.
Collecting Equality Data Guidance
Guidance notes on the recommended questions to ask when collecting information on: age, disability, ethnic group, gender, religion or belief and sexual orientation
Equality Evidence Strategy 2017-21
Scotland’s Equality Evidence Strategy is a four year strategy running from 2017 to 2021. The strategy details an approach to strengthening Scotland’s equality evidence base. It also lists equality evidence gaps raised during the Scottish Government’s discussions with partner organisations and academic colleagues.