Research in Scotland
The Commission is committed to addressing the most severe and stubborn disadvantage. Our purpose is not just to reduce discrimination, but also to see a fair deal for all; the Commission’s mandate is for everyone.
In order to achieve our purpose we need evidence of where the most significant and intractable inequalities lie, and we need to be able to understand the underlying causes. For this we produce or commission high quality evidence and analysis that we use to inform our work.
Scotland research reports
- Growing older in Scotland: health, housing and care (Word version) - analysis of 2011 census data
- Experiences of Migrant Workers in Fish and Food Processing in North-East and Central Scotland: A fact finding study 2015
Other available research:
- Developing Successful Site Provision for Scotland’s Gypsy/Traveller Communities
- Is Britain Fairer? 2015
- Modern Apprenticeships: Equality & The Economy - Spreading The Benefits
- Investigating the experience of people trafficked into Commercial Sexual Exploitation in Scotland
- Improving Local Equality Data
- The Rehabilitation of Hate Crime Offenders - an International Study
- Equality, Human Rights and Constitutional Reform in Scotland
Last Updated: 23 Nov 2015