Why we urgently need to develop new ways of working to tackle the range of issues around inequality and disadvantage that negatively impact children and young people.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland takes a place-based approach to improving outcomes for children, young people and their communities.
Based in the University of Glasgow – and working with the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, CNS is helping to find ways for local people, partners and services to work together.
Policy Scotland Director Chris Chapman is the CNS Principal Investigator.
The Scottish Government’s equity audit examines the impact of COVID-19 on children from disadvantaged backgrounds, focusing particularly on the closure of the school buildings.
This research by CNS explores the unequal impacts of COVID-19 and how these have been experienced by families, children and young people in high poverty neighbourhoods in South Lanarkshire.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland has published two documents on the experiences of migrant families during the COVID-19 pandemic: a report focused on insights from frontline workers in Glasgow and a review of the literature on pre-existing vulnerabilities and inequalities.
A critical review published by Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland of how poverty and social exclusion are experienced by children and young people in rural areas of Scotland.
Findings from Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland about the impacts of COVID-19 on children and families and how services have collaborated across sectors to respond to their needs.
This briefing presents the views and experiences of frontline practitioners working in rural communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Briefing based on research with frontline practitioners working with refugee and migrant families in Glasgow about the impact of COVID-19.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) has published its Annual Report, providing an update and overview of the programme as well as a look at the next steps.
This CNS briefing focuses on the lessons learned from the ‘hubs’ for vulnerable pupils and children from key worker families, in the context of re-opening schools in August 2020.