Growing Up in Scotland stakeholder impact survey 2015

Category: Child rights indicators

10th April 2015

Growing Up in Scotland has been tracking and studying the lives of over 10,000 children and their families since 2005 and has launched a stakeholder survey to find out more about the impact of their research reports and events.

In 2015, the Growing Up in Scotland (GUS) study celebrates its 10th birthday. Launched in 2005, the study has been tracking the lives of over 10,000 children and their families. The older children taking part in the study are now aged 10 or 11. The younger children are approaching their fifth birthdays.

Over the last 10 years almost 50,000 interviews have taken place in participants' homes. 28 research reports have been published by the Scottish Government. Over 1,000 people have attended one of the GUS events and last year over 8,000 people visited the GUS website.

To look at the impact of GUS in more detail, those facilitating this study are keen to find out more about how the findings have been used. Please help GUS to do this by completing a short survey, which should only take about 5 minutes of your time.
Please respond by 17th April 2015.

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