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Gypsies/Travellers in Scotland: The Twice Yearly Count - No. 14: July 2008, 31/03/09 [S]
The Scottish Government has published the latest twice yearly count of gypsy/travellers in Scotland.

Improving the outcomes for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils: literature review, 26/02/09 [E/NI/S/W]
This research for the Department of Children, Schools and Families reviewed research evidence and literature from the UK over the last ten years on Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils and their parents.

Gypsies/Travellers in Scotland: The Twice Yearly Count - No. 13: January 2008, 31/07/08 [S]
In July 1998, the former Scottish Executive (now Scottish Government) introduced a series of Twice Yearly Counts of this population (undertaken in January and July) to establish standardised and consistent estimates across Scotland. The purpose of the count is to understand more fully the characteristics of this population and to assist and inform the development of public policies and services for Gypsies/Travellers, both nationally and locally.

Young Gypsy/Travellers Motion, 14/03/08 [S]
Motion lodged before the Scottish Parliament on 14 March 2008 by Marlyn Glen (Lab) welcoming young Gypsy/Travellers from across Scotland on 26 March 2008, acknowledging that they remain one of the most isolated minority groups in Scotland and calling on the Scottish Parliament to support the young people to continue to promote equality by challenging discrimination through sharing their experiences with their peers.

ICT for Gypsy and Traveller young people, 09/06/06 [S]
Research sponsored by the Scottish Executive looking at the experiences of Gypsy/Traveller pupils in interactive communications technology (ICT) in schools.

Gypsies-Travellers health records, 12/10/05 [S]
A new patient record for Gypsies/Travellers has been launched. The Patient Record of Personal Health, A5 in size, will mean that Gypsies/Travellers will have information about their medical history with them at all times. The record can be referred to or updated by health professionals when medical advice or treatment is sought.

Preliminary Findings on Gypsy/Travellers - Review of Progress, 07/10/05 [S]
A report by The Scottish Parliament's Equal Opportunities Committee has concluded that the Scottish Executive has made “insufficient progress” in improving the quality of life for Gypsy/Travellers living in Scotland.

Gypsy/Traveller Inquiry – review of progress
The Scottish Parliament’s Equal Opportunities Committee is carrying out a review of progress in relation to the recommendations of the Committee's 1st Report 2001: Inquiry into Gypsy Travellers and Public Sector Policies.

£3 million for Gypsy Traveller sites announced during Equal Opportunities Committee, 28/06/05 [S]
Deputy Minister for Communities, Johann Lamont, announced during the Equal Opportunities Committee meeting that the Executive plans to provide an additional £3 million for Gypsy Traveller sites.

3 million for Gypsy Traveller sites announced during Equal Opportunities Committee, 28/06/05 [S]
Deputy Minister for Communities, Johann Lamont, announced during the Equal Opportunities Committee meeting that the Executive plans to provide an additional £3 million for Gypsy Traveller sites.