The fourth annual progress report of the Developing the Young Workforce Programme, covering academic year 2017-18.
This consultation sets out our proposals for legislation around the Good Food Nation ambition.
All feedback and responses from the consultation will be analysed and will inform the further development of our plans for policy action and legislation.”
The consultation seeks views on proposals to create new protective orders that could be used to keep people at risk of domestic abuse safe by banning perpetrators from their homes and on also seeks views on whether changes are needed to the current system of exclusion orders which allow a victim of domestic abuse to apply to suspend the right of their partner to live in the family home
This Action Plan sets out, through the Strategic Actions, our ambition to deliver the fundamental building blocks and strengthen the foundations that
help children and young people to experience their rights.
A report compiled in accordance with the duties on Ministers in relation to the rights of children under Part 1 of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014
This report documents the progress made by the Scottish Government on the 50 actions outlined in the Fairer Scotland Action Plan, published in October 2016.
This summary analyses the responses to the consultation published on 6 July 2018.
This Delivery Plan sets out the approach to the Mental Health commitments in the Programme for Government.
The Delivery Support Plan sets out a range of actions to support early learning and childcare providers to prepare for the transition to 2020. This builds on support that is already available, and sets out further actions that will be introduced.
The independent Taskforce on Children and Young People’s Mental Health, which was jointly commissioned by the Scottish Government and COSLA, sets out how it aims to improve mental health services for young people.
Consultation on proposals to improve the openess and transparency of parole and strengthen the victims voice in the parole process.
This report sets out the findings of a review on the practice of consent and shared decision-making within NHS Scotland.
This report by analysts “The Lines Between” presents their analysis of responses to the public consultation on proposals for the regulation of felling and restocking.
Survey of the Economic Condition of Crofting 2015- 2018
This document addresses some of the frequently asked questions from local authorities and providers about the Funding Follows the Child approach, the National Standard criteria and delivery of the real Living Wage Commitment
This document sets out how the Funding Follows the Child approach will operate, in particular how settings will meet the National Standard criteria and what the role of local authorities will be in implementing the approach from August 2020. It also includes clarification on some of the details underpinning the approach.
This document sets out the Funding Follows the Child approach, and the National Standard which will underpin it and which all providers wishing to deliver the funded entitlement will have to meet from 2020. It also details the next steps we will take to support the transition to implementing the approach by August 2020.
The Scottish Government’s first national strategy
to tackle social isolation and loneliness
and build stronger social connections
The Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland's Annual Report 2017-18
Report of the review of the arrangements for investigating the deaths of patients being treated for mental disorder (section 37, Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2015).