Airport noise, rough sleeping, and business insights: New Official Publications 14.09.22

European Union

© European Union, 2022

Public Opinion on the European Union. “The Standard Eurobarometer survey of Winter 2021-2022 was conducted in 39 countries or territories: the 27 Member States of the European Union (EU), the five candidate countries (Albania, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey), the Turkish Cypriot Community in the part of the country not controlled by the Government of the Republic of Cyprus, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Kosovo, Norway, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

The full report consists of multiple volumes. The first volume presents the results of general questions about the state of public opinion in the European Union. Four other volumes present Europeans’ opinions about the following topics: European citizenship; the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic; the European Union’s priorities and media uses in the European Union.”

Study on airport noise reduction: Final report. “The European Commission, through this study, is assessing how European legislation on the management of aircraft noise around airports is implemented. The study aims to assess how both Directive 2002/49/EC (END) and Regulation 598/2014 (BAR) have been implemented by Competent Authorities at airports within the European Union, how these may have helped achieve noise reduction objectives, and whether there is a need to revise the existing legislation to improve their effectiveness.”

What if care work were recognised as a driver of sustainable growth? European Parliament Think Tank briefing. “Care work provided in homes and institutions is a public good that is under-valued by society. Care workers are more likely to have low earnings and precarious working conditions. About 9 in 10 care workers are women. Most unpaid care work within households is carried out by women. The ‘unpaid care penalty’ for women in the EU, which is equivalent to the earnings they lost because of this unbalanced distribution of care responsibilities, is estimated to reach €242 billion per year. EU action in the care sector has the potential for high returns for society. Fostering the ‘equal earner – equal carer model’ could generate benefits of between €24 billion and €48 billion a year. EU action to promote affordable, high-quality care could produce an additional €90 billion to €160 billion in benefits each year.”

Westminster & the UK Government

© Crown Copyright 2022. Licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0

Iraq in 2022: Forming a government: Research Briefing. “Iraq is experiencing instability following 2021 elections, with no government yet established. What are the challenges to forming a government and what is the outlook for Iraq?”

Ending rough sleeping for good – policy paper. “This is a cross-government strategy setting out how the government and its partners will end rough sleeping for good.”

Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan – policy paper. “The government’s plan will drive down the prevalence of domestic abuse and domestic homicide and provide victims and survivors with the support they need.”

Scottish Parliament & Government

Contains information licenced under the Scottish Parliament Copyright Licence.

Suicide and Self-Harm in Scotland. “This briefing provides a brief overview of self-harm and suicide
in Scotland. It presents some of the available data and evidence on the prevalence and rates of self-harm and suicide. It then provides information on Scottish Government policy and developments in these areas, ahead of the forthcoming publication of a new suicide prevention strategy and the development of a self-harm strategy for Scotland.”

Public attitudes to coronavirus, cost of living and Ukraine: tracker – data tables. “Workbooks containing survey data on attitudes, knowledge and behaviours directly related to the coronavirus pandemic, the cost of living and Ukraine.”

Scottish Government records management plan. “Sets out the Scottish Government records management plan, policy and retention schedules as well as plans to digitise our records.”

Official Statistics

© Office for National Statistics 2022. Contains Parliamentary information licensed under the Open Parliament Licence v3.0

Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey – site register. “A register of each urban vacant and derelict site surveyed by local authorities in the 2021 Scottish Vacant and Derelict Land Survey (SVDLS).”

School Healthy Living Survey statistics 2022. “Information from an annual survey carried out in February each year of all publicly funded schools in Scotland on registration for free school meals, uptake of school meals (both free and paid for) and PE.”

Business insights and impact on the UK economy: 8 September 2022. “The impact of challenges facing the economy and other events on UK businesses. Based on responses from the voluntary fortnightly business survey (BICS) to deliver real-time information to help assess issues affecting UK businesses and economy, including financial performance, workforce, trade, and business resilience.”


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