Outcomes are long-term in nature. They describe a clear image of the Jersey that Islanders' want to create over the next 20 years. They are about sustained improvement, not instant results.
They are enduring. The outcomes are about big picture results - Islanders' safety, health, good jobs and clean air will be as important in 20 years’ time as they are today.
The outcomes are not unique to Jersey. Communities around the world use similar outcomes - they are the essential conditions that determine Islanders' quality of life. What will set Jersey apart will be its progress towards the outcomes and how the Island highlights its strengths when promoting itself.
They work together, not alone. Jersey cannot afford to put community, the economy or the environment in separate boxes. They all contribute to Islanders' quality of life and impact on each other.
Outcomes are about the ‘what’ not the ‘how’. They are the end results we want for Jersey, not how we are going to get there - this detail belongs in a range of social, economic and environmental and delivery strategies.
They are a shared responsibility. While government can lead efforts to deliver progress, no minister or States department can single-handedly deliver the outcomes; we as a community, must work together.
They give us the vital information we need to assess whether Jersey is making progress towards the outcomes, and what needs attention.
The indicators measure the rate of progress for everything from the number of injuries on our roads, to how clean our air is and the productivity of our economy.
The current rate of progress for each indicator is shown in a series of graphs in this report, which demonstrate in facts and figures where Jersey stands today.
However, these headline indicators are not the end of the measurement story; underpinning each of them will be raft of secondary indicators giving us more detail so we can fully understand what is happening and why.
Crime, education, discrimination, mental health and sport - find out more about the long-term ambitions being proposed for these areas of community life in Jersey.Read more > >
Interested in the long-term ambitions being proposed to improve traffic congestion in Jersey? How about water quality, the protection of green space and energy use?Read more > >
Migration, the cost of buying a home, consumer prices and unemployment – there are proposed long-term ambitions for each of these economic issues.Read more > >
Our world is changing rapidly. Jersey must plan ahead to manage the impact of an ageing population, climate change, global economics, new technologies and the challenge of a growing population.Find out more >