Publication - Progress report

Fairer Scotland for disabled people: progress report

Published: 22 Mar 2021

This report for A Fairer Scotland for Disabled People sets out the progress made on the 93 actions in the original report.

Fairer Scotland for disabled people: progress report
Measuring progress

Measuring progress

In 2019 we published Scotland's Wellbeing: national outcomes for disabled people, an analysis of the National Performance Framework (NPF) outcome indicators from the perspective of disability. We have used the NPF indicators again in 2021 to measure how disabled people's experience of living in Scotland contrasts to non-disabled peoples experience. Using established data that will be monitored on an on-going basis, is enabling us to track progress towards equality. 

We also published a progress update in 2019[3] on the implementation of the Action Plan, setting out areas of progress and delivery under each of the five ambitions within the plan.[4] In addition to this overarching monitoring, a number of actions have their own monitoring and evaluation frameworks to specifically measure the impact they are having. 

Scottish Government will continue to draw on this wide range of data, alongside expert advice and lived experience, to determine what should be the focus of future work to promote disability equality.


Contact

Email: annie.milovic@gov.scot