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Community engagement, Concepts, ideas and research

4 inspiring ways young people have changed public services across the globe

Here at Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland, we're using a capabilities approach to help young people articulate their goals and aspirations - and to help them recognise the barriers and enablers to achieving these aims. Public services can be key enablers, but it's really important that new ideas are incorporated into their development - otherwise they can… Continue reading 4 inspiring ways young people have changed public services across the globe

Bridgeton and Dalmarnock, Community engagement

Rewriting the script: A peek into life with Glasgow’s empowered youth

Since late 2018, we've been supporting Possibilities for Each and Every Kid (PEEK), by capturing the learning from the great work they do with children and young people. Here's a look at a recent community project based in Glasgow's East End, which allowed young people to express themselves through engaging with theatre...

Concepts, ideas and research

The school with a heart for community

During a recent work trip to Manchester, members of the Children’s Neighbourhood Scotland team took the opportunity to visit Manchester Communications Academy (MCA), a creative, innovative and inspiring secondary school which has the whole community right at the heart of everything they do. Opened in 2010, and with the words “with you... for you... about… Continue reading The school with a heart for community

Events

Sharing learning and practice from across the UK to improve outcomes for children and young people

On April 30th, Children’s Neighbourhood Scotland (CNS) hosted an exciting seminar on Improving Outcomes for Children and Young People: Using Research and Evidence to Make Change Happen at St Mungo’s Museum of Religious Life and Art in Glasgow. The seminar aimed to create a space where practice and learning could be shared, alongside the challenges… Continue reading Sharing learning and practice from across the UK to improve outcomes for children and young people