PRESS RELEASE Children and young people to share their views on tackling climate change during COP26 Children and young people from West Dunbartonshire will showcase outputs from their unique collaborations with counterparts in Chile at a special event held at the University of Glasgow during the COP26 climate change summit. Pupils from St Eunan’s Primary and… Continue reading News Release: CNS to host special event during COP26
The third sector as key workers and strategic collaborators
As Scotland emerges from its latest round of COVID-19 restrictions, attention is on looking forward, and planning routes to recovery. In order to plan well, it’s important to look back, too. There's much to learn from how the Coronavirus pandemic actually unfolded and how local services responded. This can help us better prepare for future… Continue reading The third sector as key workers and strategic collaborators
News Release: Cabinet Secretary Visit to Drumchapel
PRESS RELEASE Children and young people to share their views on tackling inequality Local children and young people from Drumchapel will have the opportunity to voice their opinions and ideas on how their neighbourhood can be made a better place to grow up and thrive. Members of the G15 Youth Project and pupils from Langfaulds Primary School, who have been collaborating as… Continue reading News Release: Cabinet Secretary Visit to Drumchapel
Reflections from Scotland: What’s the best way to reopen schools safely?
Professor Chris Chapman (Principal Investigator, CNS), and Dr Sarah Weakley (Research Associate, CNS) recently contributed a blog to the International Public Policy Observatory (IPPO) website. On the topic of schools re-opening, Professor Chapman and Dr Weakley discussed Scotland's phased-return approach, set to commence on Monday 22 February. This will see in-person learning restart for 'early… Continue reading Reflections from Scotland: What’s the best way to reopen schools safely?