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Child poverty strategy, 05/04/11 [E/NI/S/W]
The UK Government has published its strategy for child poverty setting out a new approach to tackling poverty for this Parliament and up to 2020.

Child Poverty Strategy for Scotland, 15/03/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has published Scotland's first ever national strategy to tackle child poverty.

Improving Maternal and Infant Nutrition: A Framework for Action, 18/01/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has published a framework for action which can be taken by NHS Boards, local authorities and others to improve the nutrition of pregnant women, babies and young children in Scotland.

A National Approach to Anti-Bullying for Scotland's Children and Young People, 16/11/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published a national approach to anti-bullying developed by the Scottish Government and the Scottish Anti-Bullying Steering Group.

Literacy Action Plan, 27/10/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published an action plan to raise standards of literacy for all from the early years to adulthood.

Education and the Arts, Culture and Creativity: An Action Plan, 17/09/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published an expressive arts, education, culture and creativity action plan under Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland.

Diabetes Action Plan 2010: Quality Care for Diabetes in Scotland, 20/08/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published an action plan setting out a three-year vision for improving the health and wellbeing of people with diabetes.

Carers and Young Carers Strategy for Scotland 2010-15, 26/07/10 [S]
The Scottish Government and COSLA have published Caring Together: The Carers Strategy for Scotland 2010 - 2015.

Household Formation in Scotland: What does it mean for housing policy?, 15/07/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published a paper drawing together existing data on household formation change and also changes that are expected in the future in Scotland using General Registrar for Scotland (GROS) data.

Gaelic Language Plan, 06/07/10 [S]
The Scottish Government has published its first Gaelic Language Plan, which has been produced under the terms of the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005.