Events sharing data and insights from researchers working on the Social Support and Migration in Scotland (SSAMIS) project.
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.
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.
Policy Scotland Welfare Reform Network event to discuss current issues with the Work Capability Assessment.
Research from Sheffield Hallam University documents the financial losses at the national, regional, local authority and neighbourhood level. as a resulty of welfare reform.
By Kenneth Gibb, Policy Scotland, Professor of Housing Economics at University of Glasgow. When the council tax was first introduced in 1993, it was viewed as a politically clever fix after the catastrophe of the poll tax. It combined the palatable parts of a tax on property with personal discounts and limited exemptions for certain…
Half-day seminar convened to consider four reports on the impact of welfare reform commissioned by the Scottish Parliament from Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Glasgow.
In this Policy Scotland podcast, we talk to Urban Studies postgraduate researcher, Kainde Manji, about her work on welfare reforms and people living with disabilities in Scotland. This podcast is an extended version of the Thursday Video available on our video page.