Community engagement, News

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 

Billboard with details of the Keep Drumchapel Tidy campaign
Community engagement, Drumchapel

From Voices to Action: Keep Drumchapel Tidy

Our Local Coordinators are key to our place based approach, helping to solve some of the concerns that local children and young people raise during both formal research workshops, and our informal conversations we have in the communities we work within. Learning from Capabilities In anticipation of the formal capabilities research work, Iain Corbett, our… Continue reading From Voices to Action: Keep Drumchapel Tidy

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Children’s Voice: A research model for youth voice

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, Community engagement

Emerging from lockdown: Perspectives on ‘easing’ from 5 countries

With lockdown in place due to COVID-19, there are so many unknowns in front of us. It has been key to look at examples from other countries in order to consider what might happen in Scotland post-lockdown.

Bridgeton and Dalmarnock, Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Community engagement

Local Support and Services: Bridgeton & Dalmarnock

With the COVID-19 crisis causing unprecedented disruption to daily life, gaining access to your usual services may well have become extremely difficult. Here, we've put together a list of services and support groups for those in the Bridgeton & Dalmarnock areas. If any of the information in this document is incorrect or you would like anything… Continue reading Local Support and Services: Bridgeton & Dalmarnock

Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Community engagement, Concepts, ideas and research

Can ‘place-based’ work continue at a distance?

“How do you work in a place-based way when you can’t be in the place?” We've been pondering this question since March. Our Director put this to the team as the COVID-19 crisis and restrictions began to unfold... New approaches to place-based working The last few months have seen life as we all know it change in… Continue reading Can ‘place-based’ work continue at a distance?

Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Concepts, ideas and research

The Capabilities Approach: ‘A Family of Theories’

Our aim at Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland is to find ways of bringing people, partners and services together, in order to tackle the big issues currently making it difficult for children and young people to live happy and healthy lives. The big, big issue at the moment – for everyone - is undoubtedly the outbreak of… Continue reading The Capabilities Approach: ‘A Family of Theories’

Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Clydebank

Wee Chats & Big Cats: Surveying Clydebank’s Primary Concerns

Over the last six months, CNS have been working with young people in Clydebank, training them as co-researchers in utilising the Capabilities approach. Here, Victoria Bianchi, our Local Coordinator for Clydebank, reflects on her experiences in the area since December 2019. If I were to sum up my experience at St. Eunan’s Primary School, the… Continue reading Wee Chats & Big Cats: Surveying Clydebank’s Primary Concerns