Equality outcomes and mainstreaming: report 2021

Update on our progress incorporating equality across its activities, summary of equality outcomes 2017 to 2021, report on new outcomes 2021 to 2025, data set and mainstreaming information.


1. Social Renewal Advisory Board

2. Age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.

3. Social Renewal Advisory Board

4. Expert Reference Group

5. AGER report

6. Programme for Government

7. Literature Review

8. Equality Evidence Finder

9. Coronavirus (COVID-19): health and social impact assessment

10. Coronavirus (COVID 19): economic impact of labour market effects

11. https://www.gov.scot/publications/towards-robust-resilient-wellbeing-economy-scotland-report-advisory-group-economicrecovery/

12. Equality and Fairer Scotland Budget Statement

13. Impact Assessments in Governments – Literature Review

14. Year one report Published March 2020

15. A fairer Scotland for women: gender pay gap action plan - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

16. Equally Safe Delivery Pan Year Two Report

17. Fair Work Action Plan

18. Annual Progress Report

19. A Fairer Scotland for Older People

20. Gender Pay Gap Action Plan

21. Scotland’s Gender Equality Index 2020 (data.gov.scot)

22. Time use in Scotland 2020: ONS Online Time Use Survey - gender analysis - gov.scot (www.gov.scot) - Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2019: attitudes to violence against women - gov.scot (www.gov.scot) - Scottish Social Attitudes Survey 2019: intra-household distribution of resources - gov.scot (www.gov.scot)

23. 2020 Report and Recommendations

24. First Minister’s National Advisory Council on Women and Girls (onescotland.org)

25. Self-directed support guidance

26. It should be noted that the data presented in this section refers to Scottish Government core only, in keeping with the data and methodology used to produce the disability target.

27. For Scottish Government core based on Scottish Government core data.

28. A “diverse panel” is defined as one which includes either a ME or disabled panel member. While we endeavour to ensure diversity within the core panel we sometime use “diverse panel members” as additional panel members where this is not possible.


Email: bruce.sutherland@gov.scot

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