• Blog Post

    Introducing the Connected grants programme

    In Summer 2019 we published Hard Edges Scotland, which expanded on our initial statistical profile of severe and multiple disadvantage from 2015. Over the last few months we’ve taken this much further and published a whole range of new research...

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    Lankelly Chase, 360giving and foundation transparency

    This week Lankelly Chase has joined the growing group of charitable foundations who have made our spending data more open, accessible and understandable through the 360giving platform. You can take a spin here. This data has always been in the...

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    Multiple disadvantage: understanding the whole family

    Last week the Revolving Doors Research Network published the latest in its series of literature reviews on severe and multiple disadvantage, this time focusing on Understanding the Whole Family. This will be a useful conversation starter to...

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    New NCB report on children missing education

    This week, the National Children’s Bureau has released new research which aims to shine a light on the experiences of children missing education, and calls for urgent action to better identify and support young people who are not accessing...

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    Refreshing Perspectives: new Revolving Doors Agency report on peer research

    Revolving Doors Agency has published Refreshing Perspectives: Exploring the application of peer research with populations facing severe and multiple disadvantage. It examines if and how the idea of service user involvement has made inroads into...

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