1. International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: position statement

    This position statement sets out the action we've taken in devolved areas to implement the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR).

  2. Scotland, the best place to grow up – making it real through rights: easy read

    Child-friendly version of the report setting out progress made in children's rights in Scotland since 2016.

  3. Embedding children's rights: position statement

    The report sets out the progress made in relation to children's rights in Scotland since 2016.

  4. Investing in Gaelic

    Funding to support local projects.

  5. Universal Periodic Review 2022: Scottish Government Position Statement

    This position statement sets out the action we've taken in devolved areas since 2017 to respect, protect, and fulfil the human rights of everyone in Scotland.

  6. Plana Gàidhlig Riaghaltas na h-Alba 2022-2027

    ’S e seo treas Plana Gàidhlig Riaghaltas na h-Alba – air ullachadh fo Achd na Gàidhlig (Alba) 2005. Tha e a’ mìneachah nan ceuman a tha Riaghaltas na h-Alba a’ gabhail gus taic a thoirt don Ghàidhlig is a luchd-labhairt taobh staigh na h-obraichean againn.

  7. Gaelic language plan 2022 to 2027

    Third iteration of our Gaelic language plan - produced under the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005. It outlines the steps we are taking to support Gaelic and Gaelic speakers within our internal operations.

  8. Conversion practices - LGBT+ people of colour and minority ethnic faith experiences: research report

    Members of the Expert Advisory Group on Ending Conversion Practices conducted further research to understand more about conversion practices in minority ethnic faith communities and communities of colour and the impact of measures to end conversion practices on them.

  9. National Islands Plan: implementation route map 2022

    Details how we will deliver our priorities over the lifetime of the National Islands Plan. It identifies the methods to monitor progress towards fulfilling the many commitments in the Plan and sets out timescales for delivery of our work.

  10. Scottish Government Commitments to Gaelic and Scots and a Scottish Languages Bill: consultation

    A consultation on our commitments to Gaelic, Scots and a Scottish Languages Bill.

  11. Scots Government Commitments tae Gaelic an Scots an Scots Langages Bill: consultation

    Consultation on Scots Government Commitments tae Gaelic an Scots an Scots Langages Bill.

  12. Co-chomhairleachadh air Geallaidhean Riaghaltas na h-Alba do Ghàidhlig agus Albais agus Bile nan Cànan Albannach

    Co-chomhairleachadh air Geallaidhean Riaghaltas na h-Alba do Ghàidhlig agus Albais agus Bile nan Cànan Albannach

  13. Creating a robust future for Gaelic and Scots

    Languages consultation launched.

  14. Adult learning strategy: equality impact assessment

    Equality impact assessment (EQIA) for the adult learning strategy.

  15. Adult learning strategy: island and communities impact assessment

    Island and communities impact assessment for the adult learning strategy.

  16. Adult learning strategy: fairer Scotland duty summary

    Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment for the adult learning strategy.

  17. Adult learning strategy 2022 to 2027

    The Adult Learning Strategy sets out our actions to improve life chances for adult learners across Scotland. It outlines how we will ensure that there are accessible opportunities for adults to learn throughout their lives.

  18. Adult learning strategy: easy read

    An easy read version of the Adult Learning Strategy.

  19. 1+2 languages policy - local authority survey 2021: findings

    Findings of a 2021 survey of local authorities on progress to implement the 1+2 languages policy in schools. The key finding is that nearly all primary and secondary schools now deliver language learning from P1 through to the end of the Broad General Education.

  20. A Culture Strategy for Scotland

    A Culture Strategy for Scotland shows how important culture is to Scotland’s prosperity and sets the future direction for supporting culture in Scotland.

  21. Supporting Gaelic communities

    New working group to consider economic opportunities.

  22. A’ taiceadh choimhearsnachdan Gàidhlig

    Buidheann-gnìomha ùr gus meòrachadh chothroman eaconamach

  23. British Sign Language - national plan: progress report - easy read

    Easy read version of the British Sign Language (BSL) national plan progress report.

  24. Curriculum for Excellence review: implementation framework

    A framework for how we will address the recommendations in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report, ‘Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: Into the Future’. This will include using the analysis and advice set out in Professor Stobart’s working paper on assessment in secondary education.

  25. Treòir - Voar - Virr Gaelic and English medium primary schools and departments on islands

    Comprehensive list of primary schools on Scottish islands that will be invited to engage in the Treòir | Voar | Virr programme. A National Transition Training Fund programme to aid recovery in education and support re-training and employment opportunities for creative freelancers through arts-based cultural workshops in primary schools that support delivery of our National Islands Plan commitments.

  26. Coronavirus (COVID-19) - experiences of vulnerable children, young people, and parents: research

    This report presents findings from qualitative research conducted with a range of children, young people and parents in vulnerable or seldom heard groups, carried out to explore their lived experiences during and throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

  27. Beachdan air an sireadh mu Phlana Ghàidhlig

    A’ toirt taic don chànan san àm ri teachd

  28. Island communities impact assessments: guidance - consultation

    Our islands face particular challenges around distance, geography, connectivity and demography, so it is important that policy makers consider these properly. The consultation on the guidance will help ensure that islands receive fair treatment tailored to their unique circumstances.

  29. Funding for Gaelic education

    Investment of £2 million for new Gaelic primary school.

  30. Treas Sgoil Ghàidhlig ann an Glaschu

    Leas Phrìomh Mhinistear air £1.9 millean de mhaoineachadh ainmeachadh dhan phròiseact.

  31. £97,000 airson Ionad Gàidhlig

    Thèid an tabhartas gus tràth-bhliadhnaichean agus ionnsachadh didseatach a leasachadh

  32. British Sign Language (BSL) National Plan 2017-2023: analysis of consultation responses

    The report sets out the analysis of the public consultation on Scotland's draft British Sign Language (BSL) National Plan.

  33. Maoineachadh airson a' Mhòid Nàiseanta

    Tabhartas bliadhnail air a ghairm leis an LPM airson seasmhachd a’ Mhòid a dhìon.  

  34. Maoineachadh airson ionad Gàidhlig

    40 obair ùr an dùil bhon phròiseact

  35. Funding for Gaelic Centre

    Project expected to create 40 jobs

  36. Plana Gàidhlig Riaghaltas na h-Alba 2016-2021

    Tha am plana seo a' mìneachadh an taic a tha Riaghaltas na h-Alba a’ toirt dhan Ghàidhlig na obraichean, airson gun dèan sinn cinnteach gum bi seasmhachd aig a’ Ghàidhlig an Alba san àm ri teachd.

  37. Scottish Government Gaelic Language Plan 2016-2021

    How the Scottish Government supports Gaelic in its operations, to ensure the language has a sustainable future in Scotland.

  38. Buill ùra do Bhòrd na Gàidhlig

    Chaidh ceathrar bhall ùra a chur an dreuchd mar Bhuill air Bòrd na Gàidhlig leis an Leas Phrìomh Mhinistear John Swinney. ’S iad na buill ùra Ailean Caimbeul, Fiona Dunn, Jennifer Gilmour agus Màiri Anna NicUalraig.

  39. British Sign Language (BSL) National Plan consultation

    Consultation seeking views on improving public services for BSL users.

  40. £700,000 for Gaelic language delivery

    Investment will help fund school improvements.

  41. Scots language policy: English version

    Outline of policy commitments and context surrounding the Scottish Government's support of Scots language.

  42. Scots language policy: Scots version

    Ootline o policy commitments an context surroondin the Scottish Government's support o Scots leid.

  43. Gaelic Language Plan 2015-2020: draft for consultation

    Draft Scottish Government plan regarding the development of Gaelic.

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