The framework is for all of Scotland. The framework aims to:
- create a more successful country
- give opportunities to all people living in Scotland
- increase the wellbeing of people living in Scotland
- create sustainable and inclusive growth
It aims to reduce inequalities and gives equal importance to economic, environmental and social progress.
These values guide our approach to government and public services in Scotland.
- treat all our people with kindness, dignity and compassion
- respect the rule of law
- act in an open and transparent way
These outcomes describe the kind of Scotland it aims to create.
- reflect the values and aspirations of the people of Scotland
- are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
- help to track progress in reducing inequality
- grow up loved, safe and respected so that they realise their full potential
- live in communities that are inclusive, empowered, resilient and safe
- are creative and their vibrant and diverse cultures are expressed and enjoyed widely
- have a globally competitive, entrepreneurial, inclusive and sustainable economy
- are well educated, skilled and able to contribute to society
- value, enjoy, protect and enhance their environment
- have thriving and innovative businesses, with quality jobs and fair work for everyone
- are healthy and active
- respect, protect and fulfil human rights and live free from discrimination
- are open, connected and make a positive contribution internationally
- tackle poverty by sharing opportunities, wealth and power more equally
The framework measures Scotland’s progress against the national outcomes. To do this, it uses ‘national indicators’.
These indicators give a measure of national wellbeing. They include a range of economic, social and environmental indicators.