Information on homelessness applications, assessments and outcomes in the period to 30 September 2018.
This report presents the latest summary statistics on planning decision-making and timescales for April to September 2018 (Quarters one and two), as well as historic data going back to quarter one of 2014/15. It is based on data collected by the Scottish Government from Local and Planning Authorities as part of the Planning Performance Framework (introduced in 2012).
This is the third report summarising outcomes after Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in Scotland. The report tracks key patient outcomes from Scotland's Strategy for OHCA as strategy partners attempt to optimise implementation of the 'Chain of Survival' across the country.
Initial estimates of net income from farming in Scotland for 2018, and revisions to estimates for previous years.
Summary of responses to consultation on the Continuing Care (Scotland) Amendment Order 2019 made under the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.
Updated guidance replacing the National Outcomes and Standards for Social Work Services in the Criminal Justice System: Community Payback Order Practice Guidance issued in 2010.
The consultation asks questions on our approach to consolidating all Scottish Hate Crime legislation and expanding the statutory aggravations.
Review of personal and social education (PSE), including the role of guidance in schools and school counselling services and the effectiveness of the provision of the universal support entitlement for children and young people in local authority schools.
The Genetically Modified Organisms (Deliberate Release etc) (Miscellaneous Amendments) (Scotland) Regulations 2016 (amending SSI 2002 No.541 and transposing EU Directive 2015/412). To transpose the new provisions in the amending Directive so that Scotland can, if it wishes, opt out of future EU approved GM crops.
Analysis report setting out the detailed findings of the public consultation on a draft Culture Strategy for Scotland
Report summarising the key themes raised by respondents to the public consultation on a draft Culture Strategy for Scotland
Report summarising analysis of the feedback to the public consultation on a draft Culture Strategy for Scotland
The Quick Reference Guide is based on the Scottish Referrals Guidelines for Suspected Cancer. The Quick Reference Guide provides a user-friendly visual aid to the urgent referral criteria as well as routine referral criteria and primary care management and good practice points.
The Scottish Referral Guidelines for Suspected Cancer supports primary care clinicians in identifying patients who are most likely to have cancer and therefore require urgent assessment by a specialist. Equally, the Guidelines help in identifying patients who are unlikely to have cancer, embedding safety netting as a diagnostic support tool.
Conducted annually since 2008, the Anholt-GfK Roper NBISM examines the reputation of 50 countries. Since 2008, the Scottish Government (SG) has used the NBISM to measure Scotland’s reputation internationally. This report provides statistics on Scotland’s reputation along six dimensions of national competence: Exports, Governance, Culture, People, Tourism, and Investment and Immigration. These together provide an overall indication of a Scotland’s reputation.
Progress report based on the workings of the Sustainability Working group and the recommendations of the 2017 Sustainability Report.
An assessment of the impact of the South of Scotland Enterprise Bill on child rights and wellbeing.
A Scottish Government update on progress in implementing UN Human Rights Council recommendations in five thematic areas following the third Universal Periodic Review of human rights in the UK in May 2017.
Report summarises the risks to business of a no-deal Brexit and captures the views of over 80 businesses and trade associations.
Consultation paper to seek views on and help inform regulations to prescribie timescales for the completion of adult carer support plans and young carers statements, for carers of terminally ill persons under the Carers (Scotland) 2016 Act.