Research commissioned by the Inquiry

From time to time the Inquiry commissions independent experts to carry out primary research, or research reviews, to inform the work of the Inquiry.

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Research reports

Please follow this link to view the Inquiry's research reports.

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What are Roundtables

Some topics required of the Inquiry's Terms of Reference are best explored and investigated through roundtables. Roundtables are an opportunity to invite key stakeholders to share with the Inquiry their knowledge of the current policy and practice landscape in Scotland, and whether and how improvements can be achieved. Roundtables are particularly helpful for the consideration of complex issues, where the perspectives of a range of stakeholders should be debated and taken into consideration.

Some statistics include

5,752,819

Pages of evidence analysed

407

Days of hearings to date

1,006

Witness statements published

Updated | 9th February 2024