This series of COVID-19 micro briefings are produced by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Policy Scotland and written in collaboration with expert partner agencies. They are intended to support a range of partners and decision-makers by providing concise, accessible overviews of current evidence about how the pandemic has shaped life, health and wellbeing…
Partner organisations and collaborative projects.
Professor Chris Chapman, Director of Policy Scotland, takes on the 2021 presidency of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement today.
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.
What has happened during the pandemic to challenge the view that dying at home is best, and what does this tell us about our knowledge of what dying at home is really like across all strata of society?
International Council for Education Advisers – School exams ‘outdated technology’ in the 21st century
Report from the Scottish Government’s International Council for Education Advisers about the future of exams.
Policy Scotland is now closed for the winter break. We shall re-open on Tuesday 5 January 2021.
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.
Videos prepared to provide contexts and ideas for a series of Green Recovery Dialogues intended to progress a just and sustainable recovery from COVID-19.
Policy Scotland reflects on the challenges and achievements of 2020 and looks ahead to 2021 and the focus on recovery and rebuilding following the COVID-19 pandemic.