By David Clelland, Research Associate, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Glasgow While the Covid-19 pandemic is first and foremost a public health crisis, attention has increasingly turned to the associated economic costs arising from the pandemic itself and the responses to it, both immediately and in the longer term. While a range of indicators have…
In collaboration with Policy Scotland and the Network for Social and Educational Equity, Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland is undertaking a programme of research and intelligence gathering in high poverty settings across Scotland that seeks to understand how local responses are working in the current rapidly changing context, and provide insights that can support the next phase…
Policy Scotland’s Professor Chris Chapman, along with Professor Melanie Ehren, Director of Research Institute LEARN!, and Professor Carmen Montecinos of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso today published a paper, entitled COVID-19: do we need to reimagine the purpose of school inspections? For the time being regular school inspections have stopped in many countries. Given…
Why we need a developing participatory research agenda for the community economy and societal resilience given ongoing and emerging social and ecological crises – inequalities, climate change, democratic deficits and pandemic(s).
How leaders of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations are planning in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis and a very insecure future.
What does moving forward look like?: Considering the role of Getting It Right for Every Child in recovery
How can existing policies meet the needs of children most adversely by impact of COVID-19, including widening gaps in attainment?
Policy Scotland has been supporting national and local decision-making regarding the re-opening of school education in Scotland.
A new report on sustainable debt restructuring with investment and non-elite participation from UNESCO’s Inclusive Policy Lab.
How an education authority in rural Chile dealt with the lack of access to the internet and digital platforms to allow students to keep learning and social vulnerability in the COVID-19 pandemic.
New evidence on two issues of continuing relevance in the coming months: food insecurity and the challenges of learning loss amongst children from low income families.