Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Events

Child-friendly Neighbourhoods: webinar resources

How we can create vibrant, safe, sustainable, accessible places where children can thrive, play and prosper is a fundamental focus for Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland. Our upcoming webinar asks how can an inclusive and proactive place-based approach to community wealth-building take better account of the role, needs, spaces and wellbeing of children and young people? It’s… Continue reading Child-friendly Neighbourhoods: webinar resources

Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Events

Hearing Children’s Voices in Policymaking: Lessons for the new Scottish Government policy roundtable

Dr Jenny Wood (A Place in Childhood) and Dr Maureen McBride of Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland (University of Glasgow) Last month (4th May 2021), Policy Scotland convened a roundtable with the aim of bringing together policymakers and researchers who work with and for children and young people, both in and beyond child-focused services. The hope was… Continue reading Hearing Children’s Voices in Policymaking: Lessons for the new Scottish Government policy roundtable

Concepts, ideas and research, News

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?