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Children in Scotland magazine

Children in Scotland is our bimonthly members' magazine, providing topical child policy analysis, news, interviews and updates on legislation, research and best practice.

Children in Scotland - Issue 102

Children in Scotland - Issue 102

In this issue we talk with Anna Fowlie, new Chief Executive of the Scottish Social Services Council. We look back at Children in Scotland's Annual Conference. There is also a workforce focus, with a look at the structure of dance education in Scotland, as well as Ian McLaughlan from the SPPA...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 101

Children in Scotland - Issue 101

It's our annual conference issue, with a focus on the themes of this year's event, in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council. We are looking at the rationale for, and the effects of Single Outcome Agreements, particularly with regard to children, young people and their families. We also have...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 100

Children in Scotland - Issue 100

In this landmark 100th issue, we look at past magazines so review what has graced our pages over the years. We also explore the special relationship that rural schools have in their communities, and there is a look at the diversity aspect involved in building a representative workforce, which is...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 99

Children in Scotland - Issue 99

In this issue we meet Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, and there's a look at the stereotyping of children and young people within the media. We investigate the effects that ME can have on the lives of many young people, and Frances Scott discusses a new qualifications framework that will boost the...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 98

Children in Scotland - Issue 98

This issue has a look at the potential of the Children's Hearings (Scotland) Bill, and how far it will change the outcomes for vulnerable children. We also talk to the new President of the ADSW, Harriet Dempster, about the Association and its role, and about why Scottish social workers should be...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 97

Children in Scotland - Issue 97

As the Scottish Parliament hits its ten year mark, we look at children's hopes for it back in 1999, and see how far these have been achieved. We also look at the amendments to the ASL Act 2004, one of the Parliament's major achievements. There's a review of the Scottish Out of School Care Network...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 96

Children in Scotland - Issue 96

As Scotland goes to the polls, we look at the impact decisions taken in Europe have on our everyday life from salary and employment conditions, to environmental legislation and consumer protection policies. The outcomes of the European election will also have an impact on the lives of young people...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 95

Children in Scotland - Issue 95

In her column, Acting Children's Commissioner Maire McCormack highlights Save the Children's grant scheme supporting hard-hit UK families struggling to feed their children in the wake of job losses and rising prices. There is also a report on the eve of Ireland's submission of its latest report to...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 94

Children in Scotland - Issue 94

This issue focuses on learning from experience, to inform us for the future. There's a summary from Children in Scotland's Working it Out conference, examining workforce structure across the EU. The event also saw the launch of the Working for Inclusion programme, a Europe-wide project, which will...Read more

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Children in Scotland - Issue 93

Children in Scotland - Issue 93

In this issue there is a focus on working together. Against a background of government policies that require professionals to work collaboratively towards a more rounded understanding of the whole child, there is a sense that the existing framework of qualifications and professional development...Read more

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