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Voices of people experiencing poverty in Scotland
This research gives those experiencing poverty in Scotland the opportunity to identify the issues that affect them, so that their views can inform policy debate.
Poverty among ethnic groups
This paper discusses how the rates of income poverty differ between different ethnic groups and provides an analysis for the reasons for some of these differences.
Social well-being in extra care housing
This study looks at ways of promoting and facilitating the social well-being of ‘frail’ people living in extra care housing.
Our lives, our communities
The study, from Central England People First, shows how 15 adults with learning diffi culties live and what they think about their lives.
Financial crime against vulnerable adults
his eagerly awaited assessment commissioned by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) Economic Crime Portfolio has been produced to highlight the current and potential future threats to...
Black’ families for ‘black’ children?
Action for Children commissioned the University of Central Lancashire to conduct an evaluation of Action for Children’s practice in ethnically matching Black, Asian and dual heritage children for...
Backing the Future
Backing the Future provides the economic and social case for transforming the way we invest in the future of society through our children. The report makes clear the need for a comprehensive...
Briefing Paper: delivering children’s services in the UK and other parts of the world – a short policy context
This paper aims to articulate the variety of models for children’s services delivery that exist internationally and places these in the context of current UK policy and practice. The key sections...
Care and Permanence Planning for Looked After Children in Scotland
Over 9,000 children are looked after away from home in Scotland. The Social Work Inspection Agency (SWIA) overview report suggests that 50% of these children are placed with foster parents and 28%...