The fourth and final working paper in the series on Universal Credit in Glasgow and Scotland this paper reports on trends over the COVID period and considers the implications for policy and practice.
Presentations from a seminar organised by Policy Scotland and the Third Sector Research Forum on understanding and implementing ethical research principles in the context of third sector research.
‘Levelling-up’ has become a key policy priority of the Westminster Government. Here Professor Graeme Roy dscusses three crucial questions
Schools in Scotland and Chile are in a unique collaboration, using the approach developed by CNS to amplify children’s voices in the climate change discussion.
Piloting The Collaborative: Building the University of Glasgow’s relationship with the local third sector
Conclusion to the pilot phase of The Collaborative, a project to connect third sector organisations with staff and students at the University of Glasgow.
Sentiment on the economy can quickly turn from one extreme to another. Here Professor Graeme Roy analyses what we know about the path for post-COVID recovery.
A new book on what can be done to promote greater equity in education.
Roundtable discussion, 10 years from the Christie Commission, considering why progress might have stalled, the lessons learned in service delivery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and where efforts should be focused now.
Probing the patchwork of welfare services in Scotland: The experience as specialist advisors to a UK parliamentary committee
Dr Hayley Bennett and Dr Sarah Weakley reflect on their work supporting a Parliamentary inquiry and share suggestions for other academics on undertaking this kind of knowledge exchange.
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal University of Glasgow, argures that Scotland will only meet its full economic and social potential with a thriving tertiary sector.