A young physically impaired ALS patient having a laugh with his mother at home.

Why has the policy of self-directed support not secured transformative change in social care in Scotland? Establishing a dialogue for policy reform at a time of change.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY September 2022 Dr Charlotte Pearson, Professor Nick Watson & Dr Sally Witcher Social care in Scotland yet again finds itself in a time of flux and transition driven in part by the Feeley Review. Feeley called for a human rights based approach to the delivery of care and the establishment of a Scotland…

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Buildings with yellow plaster walls in the old town of Ouarzazate, a city in south-central Morocco, with palm trees and sand around the buildings.

[X]ceptional: The COP26 Challenge: Net-zero journey in Morocco

Rami Zaatari‘s successful entry in [X]ceptional, an opportunity for students in College of Social Sciences to present their own original research on any element of climate change. In this single poster Rami clearly and concisely summarises the background, context, objectives and policy gap in Morocco’s journey towards net-zero targets. This work concludes with a number of…

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