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.
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.
This micro briefing presents a range of evidence relating to the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on disabled people.
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.
The Scottish Government’s equity audit examines the impact of COVID-19 on children from disadvantaged backgrounds, focusing particularly on the closure of the school buildings.
Paper exploring some of the key medium and longer-term considerations for educational decision makers who are attempting to create more equitable education systems post-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.
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.
Three important reasons to support the normalisation of a living wage.
This briefing presents the views and experiences of frontline practitioners working in rural communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.