Annex 1 - List of Research Reports on Sexual Orientation
There are a number of research reports which cover a range of topics on sexual orientation in both Scotland and the UK:
Inequality among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender groups
UK: A review of evidence
(Hudson-Sharp and Metcalf, 2016)
Evidence commissioned by the
UK government to look at
inequality and disadvantage which
people experience in the
Equality Report: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People's
Experiences of Inequality in Scotland (Equality Network, 2015)
Research which considers the inequality experiences of
people in Scotland, carried out by the Equality Network.
Scottish Government Equality Outcomes: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual
and Transgender (
Evidence Review (Scottish Government, 2013)
This evidence review was prepared to support the production of
the Scottish Government's Equality Outcomes, with regard to
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Scottish Social Attitudes 2015: Attitudes to discrimination and
positive action (Scottish Government, 2016)
This report explores attitudes to discrimination and positive
action in Scotland in relation to: age, disability, gender, race,
religion, gender reassignment and sexual orientation.
Your Services Your Say:
people's experiences of public services in Scotland (Stonewall,
Research commissioned by Stonewall which considers the
experiences and expectations of
people in Scotland, in relation to public services.
The Teachers Report 2014: Homophobic Bullying in Britain's
Schools (Stonewall, 2014b)
Research commissioned by Stonewall which asked school staff
policy and experience in schools.
Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of Lesbian, Gay,
Bisexual, Trans and Intersex People in Europe (ILGA Europe, 2016).
A report which documents progress and trends regarding the human
rights situation of
people from January - December 2015.
Community Needs Assessment Report (
Health and Wellbeing, 2016).
Life in Scotland for
Life in Scotland for
People: Community and Identity (
Uhrig, S.C.N., 2015. Sexual orientation and poverty in the UK: A review and top-line findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Survey. Journal of Research in Gender Studies Volume 5(1), pp. 23-72. http://repository.essex.ac.uk/14216/1/5JResGenderStud23.pdf
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