The Network for Social and Educational Equity has worked with educational practitioners to find out more about their experiences of working through the second school buildings lockdown.
Key outcomes and participant feedback from the pilot phase of The Collaborative, and plans for the future.
A qualitative investigation of the impact of COVID-19 on disabled people in Britain argues that fundamental change is required to enable disabled people to regain what has been lost in the pandemic and also to gain full citizenship rights.
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.
The first empirical results from an ongoing project on COVID-19 in UK and its economic impact.
Prof. Ken Gibb, Director of the UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, highlights the findings from a recent CaCHE research project on the impact of social housing in Scotland.
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.
COVID-19 and Food Train – more food security, kindness and dedication to vulnerable older people at home
How Food Train has rapidly adapted to ensure older people get meals and contact with others during COVID-19 and the lessons that will be useful for future policymaking.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Policy Scotland and the Network for Social and Educational Equity, are undertaking research to understand local responses to COVID-19 in contexts of high poverty across Scotland.
The final report by the UK2070 Commission into city and regional inequalities in the UK draws on work from Policy Scotland.