15 November 2017
With the Institute for Fiscal Studies projecting a rise in child poverty, the children’s commissioners for Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland came together to issue a joint warning to Philip Hammond on welfare policy
9 February 2016
Efforts continue to empower communities to do their own thing
25 January 2016
Councils and social landlords are to get a rise in subsidies from the Scottish Government for...
20 January 2016
Homes for Scotland is calling for 100,000 new homes to be built by the end of the next parliament
Naomi Eisenstadt, Scotland's independent adviser on poverty and inequality, reveals her 15 recommendations to the Scottish Government
20 January 2016
The key recommendations of Naomi Eisenstadt's ‘Shifting the Curve’ report into tackling...
18 January 2016
Poor housing now affects a broader spectrum of society than just the marginalised poor. That makes...
12 January 2016
Funding has been awarded to thirteen councils to help run participatory budgeting events.
5 January 2016
The Road Share campaign argues vulnerable road users face 'David and Goliath' odds
15 December 2015
Schools in Glasgow and North Ayrshire will test a new collaborative venture to provide meals for...
11 December 2015
Councillors in Aberdeen have approved plans for a new Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
4 December 2015
Highland Council has approved a new conservation area around Culloden battlefield
30 November 2015
Scotland’s three island councils have put forward proposals to set up an island innovation zone
25 November 2015
Scale of cuts in Spending Review could see families and communities lose out