Daily Archives: May 21, 2013

By Linda Ekblom Jacobsson – “We are concerned, but we are not afraid, and that’s why we are here today”, Nazek Ramadan, founder of Migrant Voice said and kicked off the […]

I’m a migrant, get over it

By Professor Fergus McNeill –  Last night I had the pleasure of participating in what may well be the strangest public engagement of my life at the Salon Project at […]

Punishment, rehabilitation and progress

By Professor Ade Kearns,  GoWell Principal Investigator – This briefing paper looks at findings from research which set out to question whether there are any other neighbourhood characteristics, besides the well-documented […]

Neighbourhood crime rates and alcohol in Glasgow

The Economist had a snappy and eye-catching piece on international housing markets today on Twitter. Essentially, the story is based around looking at national housing market performance and linking these […]

Indicating housing by Ken Gibb

The project to be undertaken during the proposed secondment will develop and construct an extensive dataset, creating a rich resource that can inform our understanding of how patterns of policy-making […]

Scottish Parliament vote data project

The ban on smoking in public places in Scotland has resulted in a decrease in preterm delivery in pregnancy and small-forgestational-age rates. This is according to a study, led by […]

The benefits of the ban

With preparations for the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow under way, researchers are beginning to evaluate the legacy the event will leave the communities on the doorstep of the main […]

After 2014: Glasgow’s legacy