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.
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?
Paper by Professor Ronald MacDonald in which he analyses two key economic issues of the COVID-19 pandemic: addressing mass unemployment and reforming banking.
The second paper from ICSEI Crisis Response in Education Network focuses on priorities for inspection as school systems resume but under a variety of operational scenarios.
The case for a policy reset oriented around inclusive growth is compelling and provides the basis for “building back better”.
Evidence for how the pandemic has affected the South of Scotland and for the region’s economic prospects as the country emerges from the initial response phase into the potential recovery phase.
As regular school inspections have stopped in many countries, and its not ‘business as usual’, this paper asks should we ‘inspect’ schools, and if so, for what purpose?
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).
The Post Pandemic New Normal: The likely Socio-Economic Implications and Policy Choices facing Scotland and the UK
What kind of opportunities, radical reforms and potential policy actions can governments take to create a new form of social contract in the post-pandemic world?
Review of international evidence on benefits of, and barriers to, outdoor learning, with reflection on how outdoor learning can be managed.