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.
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.
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.
This seminar shared the how of policy and practice engagements at all steps in the life of a research project.
Key outcomes and participant feedback from the pilot phase of The Collaborative, and plans for the future.
The process of evidence-based policymaking in decisions regarding education in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resources from the Policy Scotland and Scotland’s Third Sector Research Forum virtual seminar ‘Innovating in the third sector – online research and services in 2020’.
Third working paper that uses publicly available Department for Work and Pensions data on Universal Credit in Glasgow and Scotland to investigate the income crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.