AI, Armed Forces Families, and Children’s health: New Official Publications 08.06.22

European Union

© European Union, 2022

AI Watch, road to the adoption of Artificial Intelligence by the public sector: A handbook for policymakers, public administrations and relevant stakeholders. “This handbook is the first endeavour at the European level to outline possible avenues to promote AI in support of public services. The recommendations and the actions included in this handbook are formulated in compliance with EU values and digital principles, and intend to provide a multi-level and multidimensional actionable plan to foster citizen-centric and inclusive AI adoption and use by the public sector, as a safe, lawful and trustworthy driver to achieve common good and wellbeing in the European society at large.”

Public opinion in the European Union: First results: Latest edition. “This First Results report details the first results of the Standard Eurobarometer survey of Winter 2021-2022 in the 27 EU Member States. The survey was carried out between 18 January and 14 February 2022, i.e. ten days before the start of the Russian invasion in Ukraine.”

Domino effects of the war – Briefing. “The war Russia unleashed on Ukraine has global repercussions, beyond the death toll and the human tragedy in Ukraine itself, and the resulting refugee flows and wider destabilising effects on Europe’s east. This infographic depicts some of the economic consequences of the war, for Europe, but also the rest of the world.”

Westminster & the UK Government

UK Armed Forces Families Strategy 2022-32, A Strategy for the United Kingdom; 6.7495_MOD_Families_Strategy

GDP – International Comparisons: Key Economic Indicators: Research Briefing. “GDP International Comparisons: data and forecasts for the UK and the world’s largest economies.”

UK Armed Forces Families Strategy 2022 to 2032. Policy Paper. “The strategy addresses the challenges armed forces families face with mobility, deployment and separation and the implications this has for accessing good quality healthcare, education, and accommodation.”

Road Freight Supply Chain, Report by the Transport Committee. Report on the issues around supply chains including driver availability, retention, recruitment, infrastructure, and discussions with HGV drivers.

Scottish Parliament & Government

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Children and young people’s mental health in Scotland. “This briefing looks at recent developments in children and young people’s mental health services. It covers both the universal and specialist levels of support available in Scotland. It also contextualises Scottish Government policy within the worsening mental health of children and young people over the last decade and considers the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People. “An inquiry report by the Health, Social Care and Sport Committee on the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Scotland.”

Police complaints, investigations and misconduct – legislation: consultation. “The aim of the consultation is to seek views on legislative proposals with a view to delivering new laws that improve transparency and further strengthen public confidence in policing following Dame Elish Angiolini’s review into Police Complaints Handling, Investigations and Misconduct issues.” Submit your views by 16 August 2022.

Official Statistics

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Recorded Crimes and Offences Involving Firearms, Scotland, 2018-19 and 2019-20. “Statistics on crimes and offences recorded by the police in Scotland in which a firearm was alleged to have been involved or where a firearm was stolen.”

Scottish Greenhouse Gas Statistics 2020. “Official statistics showing emissions of greenhouse gases in Scotland over the period 1990 to 2020.”

International comparisons of labour markets over the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “Comparing the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on labour markets across the group of G7 countries.”


If you’d like to know more about official publications just get in touch with us at the Maps, Official Publications and Statistics Unit Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. We can be contacted by email at library-mapsandop@glasgow.ac.uk



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