Poppyscotland is at the forefront of research into the needs of Scotland’s ex-Servicemen and women.  We believe in taking an evidence-led approach, where services are developed on the basis of sound, empirical evidence.  Our research helps to inform Scottish and local government policy on welfare provision for the ex-Service community and is shared amongst many other charities within the veterans’ sector. You can view some of our most recently published research by clicking the links below:

 

Research & Reports

2017: Poppyscotland Welfare Services Statistical Report 2016-17

2016: Poppyscotland Welfare Services Statistical Review 2015/16

2015: Poppyscotland Welfare Services Statistical Review 2014/15

2015: What a difference: the ground breaking work of ASAP 2010-2015

2015: EmployAble Evaluation

2015: Poppyscotland Employment Research Report

2014: Poppyscotland Household Survey Report

2014: Poppyscotland Welfare Services Statistical Review 2013/14

2014: Poppyscotland & Royal British Legion Ashcroft Report Response

2013: Poppyscotland Welfare Services Statistical Review 2012/13

2012: ASAP Advice Needs Report (Civvy Street – The New Frontline)

2012: ASAP Project Evaluation

2010: Poppyscotland SAMH Inverclyde Alcohol Project Executive Summary

2010: Poppyscotland SAMH Inverclyde Alcohol Project Report

2009: Poppyscotland Supported Employment Best Practice Research Report

2009: Poppyscotland Employment Research Executive Summary

2009: Poppyscotland Employment Research Report

2006: Meeting The Need Report

WHAT'S NEXT

News

POPPYSCOTLAND SEEKING RECRUITS FOR NEW WELFARE SUPPORT SERVICE

Poppyscotland will launch a new Welfare Support Service for the Armed Forces community in Scotland in the coming months, and now the leading military charity is on the lookout for six talented and committed individuals across the country to help … Read more
News

PRIMARY SCHOOLS TO LEARN ‘THE POPPY STORY’

Every primary school throughout the country has received a new book which will allow pupils to read all about the development of the Poppy as a symbol remembrance and how (...)

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