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.
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.
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?
This event connected the public with the academic evidence and arguments for and against radical policy changes that might solve problems arising from the COVID-19 crisis.
A critical review published by Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland of how poverty and social exclusion are experienced by children and young people in rural areas of Scotland.
The public seminar featured presentations and a panel discussion on how employment and welfare reforms have changed the relationship between workers and the labour market.
Ian Bruce from the Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, outlines the value of collaboration between third sector organisations and the University of Glasgow.
Findings from Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland about the impacts of COVID-19 on children and families and how services have collaborated across sectors to respond to their needs.