The Employment Rights of Gamekeepers: Part 2 of Research to assess socioeconomic and biodiversity impacts of driven grouse moors and to understand the rights of gamekeepers

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Abstract

This report - Part 2. The Employment Rights of Gamekeepers - is part of a larger, multipart study commissioned by the Scottish Government to Assess Socioeconomic and Biodiversity Impacts of Driven Grouse Moors and to understand the Rights of Gamekeepers. The report delivers to a Scottish Government commitment to undertake “work in relation to protecting gamekeepers’
employment and other rights”, this report provides evidence on the working lives and employment rights and benefits of gamekeepers, stalkers and ghillies across Scotland, with key findings specific to the driven grouse sector drawn out where appropriate.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSEFARI
Commissioning bodyThe Scottish Government
Number of pages58
Publication statusFirst published - Oct 2020

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