Scotland research reports
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.
EU8 migrants in Scotland: 2011 Census analysis summary (November 2016)
The Equality and Human Rights Commission Scotland (EHRC) and the Scottish Government jointly funded a module within the 2015 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey (SSA) to find out about attitudes to discrimination in Scotland. This includes questions on general attitudes to prejudice, personal relationships, equality of opportunity in the labour market, parental leave, religious dress and symbols, positive action and discrimination in the workplace.
This is the fourth time SSA has included questions on attitudes to discrimination (previous studies were in 2002, 2006 and 2010) and provides an insight into how public attitudes have changed over time.The EHRC press release on the launch of this research can be read here.
- Is Scotland Fairer (January 2016)
- Experiences of Migrant Workers in Fish and Food Processing in North-East and Central Scotland: A fact finding study 2015 (November 2015)
- Growing older in Scotland: health, housing and care (Word version) - analysis of 2011 census data (October 2015)
- Prejudice-based bullying in Scottish schools: a research report (March 2015)
- Developing Successful Site Provision for Scotland’s Gypsy/Traveller Communities (January 2015)
Last updated: 13 Jun 2017