Ken Gibb examines a media story on the housing market, to scrutinise the facts of the story and the quality of analyis.
Key issues identified by each discussion group during the break-out sessions of the Supporting Migrants in Welfare Reform workshop.
Introduction to a research project identifying factors influencing return to work in the over-50s.
The talks from Shaping Futures: Housing Policies for the 21st Century seminar on 8 December 2015 with Duncan MacLennan and Michael Lennon are now available to view online. You can watch the lectures below and download the presentations. Shaping Future Housing Policy: A New Political Economy By Duncan MacLennan, University of Glasgow Download the presentation:…
Unexpected, uplifting or challenging experiences encountered by volunteers in refugee camps in Lesbos and Calais.
Policy Scotland’s contributions to
reviews of local tax reform.
Human Rights Act Consultation By Kurt Mills, Convenor, Glasgow Human Rights Network The government in Westminster announced in May 2015 that it intended to replace the Human Rights Act with a British Bill of Rights. No specific government proposals have been published yet, although the Conservative Party did publish an initial document on ‘Protecting Human…
Challenges faced by Central & East European migrants: welfare and support services in rural Scotland
In advance of the Policy Scotland Welfare Reform Network’s event Dr Holly Porteous writes on challenges facing migrants from Central and Eastern Europe who are living, working and accessing social security services in rural Scotland.
Workshop that sought to explore the impacts of welfare reform on migrants in Scotland.
Interview with artist Carla Novi, 33, from Mexico City, about her film , Desaparecidos about students campaigning for truth and justice for 43 trainee teachers who disappeared in Mexico in 2014.