Where can I find equality data in Scotland?

Where can I find equality data in Scotland?

Guidance on collecting equality data as well as information on Scotland’s Equality Evidence Strategy can be found on gathering equality data page Scotland’s Gender Equality Index measures progress towards gender equality in Scotland. Gender equality is measured across a range of indicators, covering Work, Money, Time, Knowledge, Power and Health.

When was the Gender Equality Index published in Scotland?

The first release of Scotland’s Gender Equality Index was published in 2020. Various summaries on gender equality have been written for the First Minister’s National Advisory Council on Women and Girls and are located on the Equality Evidence Finder under ‘Scottish Government Publications and Outputs’ and ‘Gender’. Was this helpful?

How is gender equality measured in the UK?

Gender equality is measured across a range of indicators, covering Work, Money, Time, Knowledge, Power and Health. Additional indicators on Violence Against Women and Women-Specific Healthcare are also included. The first release of Scotland’s Gender Equality Index was published in 2020.

How many countries are on equal measures index?

The index is the most comprehensive tool available to explore the state of gender equality across 129 countries (covering 95% of the world’s girls and women), 14 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and 51 targets linked to issues inherent in the SDGs.

How to do comparisons and sorts within collections?

For example, the List .Sort method accepts an System.Collections.Generic.IComparer implementation. The current culture setting of the system can affect the comparisons and sorts within a collection. By default, the comparisons and sorts in the Collections classes are culture-sensitive.

How to use equality comparer in a collection?

Methods such as Contains, IndexOf, LastIndexOf, and Remove use an equality comparer for the collection elements. If the collection is generic, then items are compared for equality according to the following guidelines: If type T implements the IEquatable generic interface, then the equality comparer is the Equals method of that interface.

Where can I found out more about the quality measures?

CMS is currently testing the submission of quality measures data from Electronic Health Records for physicians and other health care professionals and will soon be testing with hospitals. Click on the “Electronic Specification” link to the left for more information. Where can I found out more about the measure specifications?