Scotland's windfarms have helped it make world-leading reductions in greenhouse gas emissions (Picture: Alan Milligan) Reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that are driving climate change will involve answering difficult questions about our lifestyles, and the signs are ambivalent about what action the world will take, write Professor Hoesung Lee, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on … Continue reading World seems ambivalent about swift action on climate change – IPCC chair
New dates for the ‘Working for Equalities in Scotland’ CPD (Continuing Professional Development) course have been set. This course will start on the 25th April and the period for registration has been extended. This CPD course, organised by the School of Social and Political Science at University of Edinburgh, aims to offer an opportunity to front-line equality practitioners to network … Continue reading Working for Equalities in Scotland
Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) is delighted to be launching a refreshed version of their popular 'What is Mental Health Recovery?' animation. This will form part of a suite of specially developed resources aimed at getting people talking about recovery and wellbeing. SRN want to get people talking about recovery but know that it can sometimes … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Recovery
Community development is a process where community members are supported by agencies to identify and take collective action on issues which are important to them. Community development empowers community members and creates stronger and more connected communities. Community development is a holistic approach grounded in principles of empowerment, human rights, inclusion, social justice, self-determination and … Continue reading What is community development?
The way we live our lives is constantly changing; democracy is changing too. Increasingly people want to share in making decisions, or at least have a greater understanding as to why certain decisions have been made on their behalf. In order to make democracy work better for everyone, and especially for those who feel left … Continue reading #democracymatters