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 local third sector – key workers of the future?
Teachers and researchers are working with primary and secondary age children and young people in Chile and Scotland to ensure their voices are heard by decision makers at this year’s COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow in November. In the build-up to COP26, Children’s Neighborhoods Scotland (CNS) at the University of Glasgow is using the… Continue reading Amplifying ‘children’s voices for climate change’ through the capabilities approach
At CNS, we spent the first months of our research period developing a capabilities-based research model for our work with children and young people. The ‘Children’s Voice’ model supports young people in exploring how they define wellbeing - and what helps or hinders them to achieve it. It’s important that our model is fun, accessible and stimulating for… Continue reading Children’s Voice: A research model for youth voice
Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS), is recruiting two new Local Coordinators. CNS is a distinctive community-based approach to improving outcomes for all children and young people in neighbourhoods with high levels of poverty. It is supported by commitments made within the Scottish Government's Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan; Every Child, Every Chance: Tackling child poverty delivery… Continue reading CNS Vacancies: 2 x Local Coordinator Posts
Moving from vulnerability to resilience in the COVID-19 recovery phase: a review of resilience-building for children, young people and families The impact of the COVID-19 crisis has been widespread and felt most keenly by groups and communities often deemed to be ‘vulnerable’. This has been particularly stark for children, families and frontline workers living and… Continue reading New Report: Resilience-building in the COVID-19 recovery phase
COVID-19 is having an unprecedented impact on society. This impact is particularly stark for children, families and frontline workers, particularly those living and working in areas of significant disadvantage. As a response to the urgent needs of children and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic, services and organisations have had to adapt rapidly; putting new… Continue reading COVID-19: Exploring local responses