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.
‘Levelling-up’ has become a key policy priority of the Westminster Government. Here Professor Graeme Roy dscusses three crucial questions
The impact of research that identified a number of population groups that might/would struggle to take-up the COVID-19 vaccine.
Findings of a study exploring the impact of lockdown on people in Scotland who may already have been isolated or excluded prior to the pandemic.
COVID-19 micro briefing 2: Consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic – exploring the unequal social and economic burden on women
Briefing that presents a range of evidence of the disproportionate impact of the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on women.
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.