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Food, Families, Futures (2015-2020)

... Food, Families, Futures From 2015 to 2020, Children in Scotland developed and led an innovative and multi-award- winning project to address a major social issue: Food insecurity and its links with wellbeing and education. Launched in December...


Innovation in school meals in focus, as International School Meals Day 2024 launches

...world (with support from their teachers and families) to connect and talk to each other about the Food they eat and the role that it plays in their lives.  The date of ISMD 2024 is Thursday 14 March.  This year’s theme encourages pupils, and...


Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about Food in Scotland's schools (2015)

... Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about Food in Scotland's schools (2015) The Better Eating, Better Learning (BEBL) project consulted with children and young people to inform recommendations for the development of school Food...


Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches

... Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches International School Meals Day (ISMD) 2019 has launched. This year's theme is 'Who makes my meal?'. ISMD aims to encourage children and young people around the world...


Food partnership triumphs in public service awards

... Food partnership triumphs in public service awards 5 December 2017 Last night Children in Scotland and its partners won a Scottish Public Service Award for Food, Families, Futures, our programme of work challenging Food poverty. We won the...

Food

Food project partner Dalmarnock Primary triumph in Herald Society awards

... Food project partner Dalmarnock Primary triumph in Herald Society awards 2 Nov 2017 Dalmarnock Primary has scooped a major award in recognition of its success offering meals and fun activities for local families as part of Children in...


Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer

... Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer 23 August 2019 MEDIA RELEASE An award-winning Food programme delivered across Scotland has again provided hundreds of children with nutritious meals,...


Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000

... Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000 14 August 2017 Almost 4,000 places were taken up by children, parents and guardians attending school and community clubs as part of Children in Scotland’s Food,...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock

Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to Food

... Good Food Nation consultation response: right to Food 'must be incorporated into Scots law' 20 December 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Good Food Nation Bill, calling for the right...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

‘Lessons for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark completion of groundbreaking five-year Food project

...for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark end of innovative five-year Food project 9 June 2020 Children in Scotland has marked the completion of its long-running Food, Families, Futures (FFF) project with the...

Children communities community familis FFF Food income Inequality partnership Poverty

25 Calls response: Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ Food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland

... Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ Food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland 30 May 2019 Responding to Call 18 of our 25 Calls campaign, Soil Association Scotland’s Sarah Duley says that if we want to deliver for young...


Young Ambassadors and Children's Commissioner call for an end to stigma of Food insecurity

... Young Ambassadors and Children's Commissioner call for an end to stigma of Food insecurity 23 May 2019 Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, Bruce Adamson, will join Scotland’s young ‘Food Ambassadors’ from Easterhouse,...


25 Calls response: If we want to tackle Food insecurity, we need to get serious about family support in our communities

... 25 Calls response: If we want to tackle Food insecurity, we need to get serious about family support in our communities 11 March 2019 Neil Orr, an Associate with Children in Scotland, responds to Call 18 of our 25 Calls campaign. Call 18:...


Children hold the key to the future of Food justice and education in Scotland

... Children hold the key to the future of Food justice and education in Scotland 19 February 2019 Mhairi Barrett is a PhD Gastronomy student, and a speaker at our national Food conference, Biting Back: transforming Food experiences for...


Summer clubs meet a purpose, but the wider issue is how to address poverty and Food insecurity for our lowest income families

...Yes, summer clubs meet a purpose. But let's address the wider issue of Food insecurity for low-income families 8 Aug 2018 The summer holidays are slowly drawing to a close. For many families the last few weeks will have been a blur of juggling...


Children in Scotland Food project offers 20,000 places to children and families this summer

... Children in Scotland Food project offers 20,000 places to children and families this summer 2 Jul 2018 From 2 July 2018, children across Scotland will be participating in summer clubs run as part of our award-winning Food, Families, Futures...


20,000+ club places available to children and families this summer as part of award-winning Food project

... 20,000+ summer club places for children and families as Food project expands From today (Monday 2 July 2018) children across Scotland will again be participating in Children in Scotland’s award-winning Food partnership programme, Food,...

Education Food Food poverty Health

My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

... My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018 International School Meals Day (ISMD), held today (15 March), aims to encourage young people around the world, with support from their teachers, to connect and talk to each other...


How can we win the fight against Food insecurity?

... How can we win the fight against Food insecurity? 5 Jul 2017 The summer break should mean fun, but for many families in Scotland it brings isolation, stress and hunger. Children deserve better, writes Lindsay Graham Summer 2017 is here and...


Project challenging Food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire

... Project challenging Food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire 3 July 2017 From today, 26 schools in the west of Scotland will be taking part in Children in Scotland’s expanded Food, Families, Futures...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock Scottish Schools

From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures

... From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures 9 June 2020 Elaine Kerridge on how our Food project has deepened her understanding of inequality – and the impact the clubs have...

community family Food Food insecurity Inequality Poverty

‘My Food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches

... ‘My Food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches We’re delighted to launch International School Meals Day (ISMD) 2018 and a new international Food competition. ISMD aims to encourage children and young people...


Family voices ‘should shape policy' on Food, learning and holidays

... Family voices ‘should shape policy' on Food, learning and holidays In a letter published in the Herald newspaper today, our Chief Executive Jackie Brock responded to a call by the Scottish Conservatives that schools should stay open as...

Education Families Food Jackie Brock News Policy Scottish Government Scottish Parliament Westminster

The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

...pandemic (click here for more)), to the interplay of nutrition, eyesight development, and making Food fun. For those working in this field, it is imperative to consider the whole child, including aspects like their home environment and their...


Families face a cost-of-living disaster this winter

...disaster this winter 20 Dec 2022 The Scottish Government must turn promises into policy to ease Food insecurity for thousands of young people, writes Finlay Allmond, Magic Breakfast’s Policy and Public Affairs Officer Four million children in...


“We mustn’t lose sight of our collective goal”

...not acceptable that there will be families this winter that are having to make a choice between Food and heat. We will push for better responses to the immediate crisis, but we must never lose sight of the ultimate goal, which is creating a more...

CEO chief executive Children children's sector cost of living Families Inequality Jude pandemic Poverty resilience third sector

Community outreach and creative engagement: Introducing the Boredom Box

...that initial conception the project grew and evolved and we began a partnership with Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE) to help us with the delivery of the boxes to a growing number of recipient organisations. That partnership still...


Holiday hunger survey: Members’ views wanted

...survey: Members’ views wanted The UK All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hunger and Food Poverty has opened a survey on the prevalence of holiday hunger, and has invited Children in Scotland members to respond. The group, chaired by...

Food News Westminster

Messages around healthy eating “muddled”, says Scots Masterchef

...Mr Maclean said as he paid a visit to one of the schools participating in Children in Scotland’s Food, Families, Futures partnership programme. Speaking at Dalmarnock Primary School in Glasgow yesterday, he said: “Sometimes I think the...

Education Food Health Jackie Brock News

Holiday Hunger report 'a wake-up call that flags local solutions'

...in Scotland submitted evidence to the report based on its own research and findings from its Food, Families, Futures project which was piloted last summer. Our key points, included in today's report, contextualised holiday hunger in the...

Families Food Jackie Brock News Poverty Scottish Government Westminster

The family Food shop in an ideal world

...choice-led, nutritious family shop Posted 18 January, 2023 by Nina Joynson Families Food Food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment Research exploring what families would...

Families Food Food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

Call 18: Take the next step in participation and Food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens

... Call 18: Take the next step in participation and Food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens By Donna Borokinni I've been working in the Glasgow community since 2005 and over the last five years I've observed Food poverty...


Consultation Response: Good Food Nation Bill (December 2021)

...Children in Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the Good Food Nation...


Consultation Response: Local Food For Everyone (November 2021)

...Children in Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's consultation on Local Food...


Proposed Right To Food (Scotland) Bill - consultation response (September 2020)

...Children in Scotland's response to the Proposed Right To Food (Scotland)...


Good Food Nation Letter

...Letter from Children in Scotland to Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs about proposals for a Good Food...


Consultation Response: Future Food Inquiry

...Children in Scotland responded to the Future Food Inquiry...


Young people have their say on access to Food

...for extending free school meals and reducing stigma Posted 7 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson Food Food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people New Scotland-wide research shows that 76% of young people would eat more...

Food Food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people

Consultation Response: Reducing Health Harms of Foods High in Salt, Fat and Sugar(Jan 2019)

...Children in Scotland response to Scottish Government consultation on Reducing Health Harms of Foods High in Salt, Fat and Sugar....


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition

...and school pupils aged three to 18 to design a miniature pocket-sized garden, which includes Food for people, something reusable, and items that are good for protecting wildlife. With the competition aiming to help children better understand...

design Education environment schools

Insight - Issue 1

...ensure they grow up to be respectful men Nourish Scotland’s Stephanie Mander analysing the Good Food Nation Bill. We also showcase some incredible work from Illustration students at Edinburgh College of Art and profile the work of portrait and...


Annual Conference 2024

...also the sessions. It was a fabulous event and an amazing amount of networking going on!! PS the Food was amazing!!" "The conference was a really good balance of structured sessions, exhibition and opportunities for networking. I liked that the...


Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

...sight impaired children, whether that be pouring some juice into a cup, finding your cup, putting Food in your mouth or finding your way to the toilet. Slides from workshop presentation Tel: 0141 332 4632 Email...


Gary Leadbetter

...and decision-making processes of the Council. He also sits as a Trustee on the Board of Edinburgh Food Project, which operates several Food banks and offers free benefits and debt advice around Edinburgh. He has ten years' experience both working...

leadbetter

Our history

...the ground’ initiatives to test out policy at local level and gather persuasive evidence.  Food, Families Futures (2015-2020) was a partnership programme aimed at addressing Food insecurity and its links with wellbeing and education....


Arran Purdie

...herself through art, including pottery, stained glass, and photography. She also loves cooking Food from the countries she has lived...

purdie

Education costs families hundreds per year, study finds
cost of living Education free school meals School

Coronation portrait project launched

...160 BBC Children in Need funded projects, which work with children and young people experiencing Food insecurity. The final date for children to send in their digital drawings to the Children In Need website is Friday, 28 April. Click here to...

Arts Children culture

Tackling Scotland’s health inequalities

...seeks to better understand the experiences of young cancer patients Jan 24, 2023 The family Food shop in an ideal world Jan 18, 2023 Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Jan 11, 2023 Government urged...

Attainment child health child poverty Health health and wellbeing health inequalities Poverty public health

Going hungry

... Magazine / News: Government urged to take more action to address rising Food insecurity Posted 25 November, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond cost of living Education Food Food insecurity Poverty A coalition of charities has written to the...

cost of living Education Food Food insecurity Poverty

Women's cost crisis

...to cover the costs of household items, childcare and bills. Furthermore, the rising costs of Food, transport and household goods have affected those with dependents, and women in particular are more likely to reduce spending on their own...

childcare cost of living economy mothers Parents Poverty

Renewed calls for minimum allowance for foster carers

...receive a weekly fostering allowance to cover the cost of caring for the child. Costs include Food, clothes, toiletries, travel and all other expenses incurred. Allowances vary depending on the age of the child and usually increase on an...

care experienced foster care

Bridging Payment to be doubled

...Child Payment, noting that families "are facing increasing hardship as the cost of energy and Food spirals ever higher". Co-ordinated by the End Child Poverty coalition, signatories included charities, trade unions and faith...

child poverty cost of living Families Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

Environmental design challenge

...that over 12.7 million tonnes of plastic is dumped in the sea annually, impacting our own Food and air quality and threatening native habitats and killing wildlife. Sea litter also contributes to climate change, with greater production of...

climate climate change engineering environment science Scottish Schools sea

Campaign to fundraise for Pakistan floods

...affected by flooding as a result of heavy monsoon rainfall. The severe consequences to homes, Food and crops, livestock, infrastructure, and sanitation have overwhelmed rescue and aid agencies and international assistance has been called on to...

climate change Education environment Fundraising global

New book addresses children's climate anxiety

...the children said they have found plastic bags when visiting the beach. Plastic bottles (57%) and Food packaging (48%) were also found Nearly two thirds (63%) of children think the damage will become irreparable between five and 20 years from...

climate environment

‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’

...of young people and included pieces produced in workshops throughout the year, Afro-fusion Food and music from the Glasgow African Balafon Orchestra. In addition, Young People’s Voices, a new group run by the Scottish Guardianship...

equality human rights refugee

Grant opens for families with young children

...School Age Payment: helps towards the costs of being pregnant or looking after a child Best Start Food Payment: helps towards buying healthy Foods through a prepaid card Scottish Child Payment: helps towards child care through ongoing financial...

child poverty family support funding grant primary Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...with Changing our World. We also found out that she likes dogs, running, and her favourite Food is refried beans. We focused on our priority topic of mental health, and discussed what helps mental health and what can negatively impact...



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Innovation in school meals in focus, as International School Meals Day 2024 launches

...world (with support from their teachers and families) to connect and talk to each other about the Food they eat and the role that it plays in their lives.  The date of ISMD 2024 is Thursday 14 March.  This year’s theme encourages pupils, and...


Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches

... Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches International School Meals Day (ISMD) 2019 has launched. This year's theme is 'Who makes my meal?'. ISMD aims to encourage children and young people around the world...


Food partnership triumphs in public service awards

... Food partnership triumphs in public service awards 5 December 2017 Last night Children in Scotland and its partners won a Scottish Public Service Award for Food, Families, Futures, our programme of work challenging Food poverty. We won the...

Food

Food project partner Dalmarnock Primary triumph in Herald Society awards

... Food project partner Dalmarnock Primary triumph in Herald Society awards 2 Nov 2017 Dalmarnock Primary has scooped a major award in recognition of its success offering meals and fun activities for local families as part of Children in...


Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer

... Food, Families, Futures project serves up fun activities and 3,500 meals over the summer 23 August 2019 MEDIA RELEASE An award-winning Food programme delivered across Scotland has again provided hundreds of children with nutritious meals,...


Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000

... Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000 14 August 2017 Almost 4,000 places were taken up by children, parents and guardians attending school and community clubs as part of Children in Scotland’s Food,...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock

Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to Food

... Good Food Nation consultation response: right to Food 'must be incorporated into Scots law' 20 December 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Good Food Nation Bill, calling for the right...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

‘Lessons for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark completion of groundbreaking five-year Food project

...for a new social settlement’ – publication of reports mark end of innovative five-year Food project 9 June 2020 Children in Scotland has marked the completion of its long-running Food, Families, Futures (FFF) project with the...

Children communities community familis FFF Food income Inequality partnership Poverty

25 Calls response: Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ Food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland

... Let’s agree on what makes ‘good’ Food – then make it a reality for every child in Scotland 30 May 2019 Responding to Call 18 of our 25 Calls campaign, Soil Association Scotland’s Sarah Duley says that if we want to deliver for young...


Young Ambassadors and Children's Commissioner call for an end to stigma of Food insecurity

... Young Ambassadors and Children's Commissioner call for an end to stigma of Food insecurity 23 May 2019 Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, Bruce Adamson, will join Scotland’s young ‘Food Ambassadors’ from Easterhouse,...


25 Calls response: If we want to tackle Food insecurity, we need to get serious about family support in our communities

... 25 Calls response: If we want to tackle Food insecurity, we need to get serious about family support in our communities 11 March 2019 Neil Orr, an Associate with Children in Scotland, responds to Call 18 of our 25 Calls campaign. Call 18:...


Children hold the key to the future of Food justice and education in Scotland

... Children hold the key to the future of Food justice and education in Scotland 19 February 2019 Mhairi Barrett is a PhD Gastronomy student, and a speaker at our national Food conference, Biting Back: transforming Food experiences for...


Summer clubs meet a purpose, but the wider issue is how to address poverty and Food insecurity for our lowest income families

...Yes, summer clubs meet a purpose. But let's address the wider issue of Food insecurity for low-income families 8 Aug 2018 The summer holidays are slowly drawing to a close. For many families the last few weeks will have been a blur of juggling...


Children in Scotland Food project offers 20,000 places to children and families this summer

... Children in Scotland Food project offers 20,000 places to children and families this summer 2 Jul 2018 From 2 July 2018, children across Scotland will be participating in summer clubs run as part of our award-winning Food, Families, Futures...


20,000+ club places available to children and families this summer as part of award-winning Food project

... 20,000+ summer club places for children and families as Food project expands From today (Monday 2 July 2018) children across Scotland will again be participating in Children in Scotland’s award-winning Food partnership programme, Food,...

Education Food Food poverty Health

My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

... My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018 International School Meals Day (ISMD), held today (15 March), aims to encourage young people around the world, with support from their teachers, to connect and talk to each other...


How can we win the fight against Food insecurity?

... How can we win the fight against Food insecurity? 5 Jul 2017 The summer break should mean fun, but for many families in Scotland it brings isolation, stress and hunger. Children deserve better, writes Lindsay Graham Summer 2017 is here and...


Project challenging Food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire

... Project challenging Food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire 3 July 2017 From today, 26 schools in the west of Scotland will be taking part in Children in Scotland’s expanded Food, Families, Futures...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock Scottish Schools

From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures

... From Drumchapel macaroni to white bread myths: what I’ve learned from four years of Food, Families, Futures 9 June 2020 Elaine Kerridge on how our Food project has deepened her understanding of inequality – and the impact the clubs have...

community family Food Food insecurity Inequality Poverty

‘My Food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches

... ‘My Food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches We’re delighted to launch International School Meals Day (ISMD) 2018 and a new international Food competition. ISMD aims to encourage children and young people...


Family voices ‘should shape policy' on Food, learning and holidays

... Family voices ‘should shape policy' on Food, learning and holidays In a letter published in the Herald newspaper today, our Chief Executive Jackie Brock responded to a call by the Scottish Conservatives that schools should stay open as...

Education Families Food Jackie Brock News Policy Scottish Government Scottish Parliament Westminster

The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

...pandemic (click here for more)), to the interplay of nutrition, eyesight development, and making Food fun. For those working in this field, it is imperative to consider the whole child, including aspects like their home environment and their...


Families face a cost-of-living disaster this winter

...disaster this winter 20 Dec 2022 The Scottish Government must turn promises into policy to ease Food insecurity for thousands of young people, writes Finlay Allmond, Magic Breakfast’s Policy and Public Affairs Officer Four million children in...


“We mustn’t lose sight of our collective goal”

...not acceptable that there will be families this winter that are having to make a choice between Food and heat. We will push for better responses to the immediate crisis, but we must never lose sight of the ultimate goal, which is creating a more...

CEO chief executive Children children's sector cost of living Families Inequality Jude pandemic Poverty resilience third sector

Community outreach and creative engagement: Introducing the Boredom Box

...that initial conception the project grew and evolved and we began a partnership with Community Food Initiatives North East (CFINE) to help us with the delivery of the boxes to a growing number of recipient organisations. That partnership still...


Holiday hunger survey: Members’ views wanted

...survey: Members’ views wanted The UK All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Hunger and Food Poverty has opened a survey on the prevalence of holiday hunger, and has invited Children in Scotland members to respond. The group, chaired by...

Food News Westminster

Messages around healthy eating “muddled”, says Scots Masterchef

...Mr Maclean said as he paid a visit to one of the schools participating in Children in Scotland’s Food, Families, Futures partnership programme. Speaking at Dalmarnock Primary School in Glasgow yesterday, he said: “Sometimes I think the...

Education Food Health Jackie Brock News

Holiday Hunger report 'a wake-up call that flags local solutions'

...in Scotland submitted evidence to the report based on its own research and findings from its Food, Families, Futures project which was piloted last summer. Our key points, included in today's report, contextualised holiday hunger in the...

Families Food Jackie Brock News Poverty Scottish Government Westminster


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Arran Purdie

...herself through art, including pottery, stained glass, and photography. She also loves cooking Food from the countries she has lived...

purdie


Annual Conference 2024

...also the sessions. It was a fabulous event and an amazing amount of networking going on!! PS the Food was amazing!!" "The conference was a really good balance of structured sessions, exhibition and opportunities for networking. I liked that the...


Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

...sight impaired children, whether that be pouring some juice into a cup, finding your cup, putting Food in your mouth or finding your way to the toilet. Slides from workshop presentation Tel: 0141 332 4632 Email...


Our history

...the ground’ initiatives to test out policy at local level and gather persuasive evidence.  Food, Families Futures (2015-2020) was a partnership programme aimed at addressing Food insecurity and its links with wellbeing and education....


DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...with Changing our World. We also found out that she likes dogs, running, and her favourite Food is refried beans. We focused on our priority topic of mental health, and discussed what helps mental health and what can negatively impact...



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The family Food shop in an ideal world
post

...choice-led, nutritious family shop Posted 18 January, 2023 by Nina Joynson Families Food Food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment Research exploring what families would...

Families Food Food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

Call 18: Take the next step in participation and Food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens
post

... Call 18: Take the next step in participation and Food education: give communities the keys to school kitchens By Donna Borokinni I've been working in the Glasgow community since 2005 and over the last five years I've observed Food poverty...


Consultation Response: Good Food Nation Bill (December 2021)
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...Children in Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's consultation on the Good Food Nation...


Consultation Response: Local Food For Everyone (November 2021)
attachment

...Children in Scotland's response to the Scottish Government's consultation on Local Food...


Proposed Right To Food (Scotland) Bill - consultation response (September 2020)
attachment

...Children in Scotland's response to the Proposed Right To Food (Scotland)...


Good Food Nation Letter
attachment

...Letter from Children in Scotland to Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs about proposals for a Good Food...


Consultation Response: Future Food Inquiry
attachment

...Children in Scotland responded to the Future Food Inquiry...


Young people have their say on access to Food
post

...for extending free school meals and reducing stigma Posted 7 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson Food Food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people New Scotland-wide research shows that 76% of young people would eat more...

Food Food insecurity SYP UNCRC young people

Consultation Response: Reducing Health Harms of Foods High in Salt, Fat and Sugar(Jan 2019)
attachment

...Children in Scotland response to Scottish Government consultation on Reducing Health Harms of Foods High in Salt, Fat and Sugar....


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition
post

...and school pupils aged three to 18 to design a miniature pocket-sized garden, which includes Food for people, something reusable, and items that are good for protecting wildlife. With the competition aiming to help children better understand...

design Education environment schools

Insight - Issue 1
post

...ensure they grow up to be respectful men Nourish Scotland’s Stephanie Mander analysing the Good Food Nation Bill. We also showcase some incredible work from Illustration students at Edinburgh College of Art and profile the work of portrait and...


Gary Leadbetter
post

...and decision-making processes of the Council. He also sits as a Trustee on the Board of Edinburgh Food Project, which operates several Food banks and offers free benefits and debt advice around Edinburgh. He has ten years' experience both working...

leadbetter

Education costs families hundreds per year, study finds
postcost of living Education free school meals School

Coronation portrait project launched
post

...160 BBC Children in Need funded projects, which work with children and young people experiencing Food insecurity. The final date for children to send in their digital drawings to the Children In Need website is Friday, 28 April. Click here to...

Arts Children culture

Tackling Scotland’s health inequalities
post

...seeks to better understand the experiences of young cancer patients Jan 24, 2023 The family Food shop in an ideal world Jan 18, 2023 Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Jan 11, 2023 Government urged...

Attainment child health child poverty Health health and wellbeing health inequalities Poverty public health

Going hungry
post

... Magazine / News: Government urged to take more action to address rising Food insecurity Posted 25 November, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond cost of living Education Food Food insecurity Poverty A coalition of charities has written to the...

cost of living Education Food Food insecurity Poverty

Women's cost crisis
post

...to cover the costs of household items, childcare and bills. Furthermore, the rising costs of Food, transport and household goods have affected those with dependents, and women in particular are more likely to reduce spending on their own...

childcare cost of living economy mothers Parents Poverty

Renewed calls for minimum allowance for foster carers
post

...receive a weekly fostering allowance to cover the cost of caring for the child. Costs include Food, clothes, toiletries, travel and all other expenses incurred. Allowances vary depending on the age of the child and usually increase on an...

care experienced foster care

Bridging Payment to be doubled
post

...Child Payment, noting that families "are facing increasing hardship as the cost of energy and Food spirals ever higher". Co-ordinated by the End Child Poverty coalition, signatories included charities, trade unions and faith...

child poverty cost of living Families Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

Environmental design challenge
post

...that over 12.7 million tonnes of plastic is dumped in the sea annually, impacting our own Food and air quality and threatening native habitats and killing wildlife. Sea litter also contributes to climate change, with greater production of...

climate climate change engineering environment science Scottish Schools sea

Campaign to fundraise for Pakistan floods
post

...affected by flooding as a result of heavy monsoon rainfall. The severe consequences to homes, Food and crops, livestock, infrastructure, and sanitation have overwhelmed rescue and aid agencies and international assistance has been called on to...

climate change Education environment Fundraising global

New book addresses children's climate anxiety
post

...the children said they have found plastic bags when visiting the beach. Plastic bottles (57%) and Food packaging (48%) were also found Nearly two thirds (63%) of children think the damage will become irreparable between five and 20 years from...

climate environment

‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’
post

...of young people and included pieces produced in workshops throughout the year, Afro-fusion Food and music from the Glasgow African Balafon Orchestra. In addition, Young People’s Voices, a new group run by the Scottish Guardianship...

equality human rights refugee

Grant opens for families with young children
post

...School Age Payment: helps towards the costs of being pregnant or looking after a child Best Start Food Payment: helps towards buying healthy Foods through a prepaid card Scottish Child Payment: helps towards child care through ongoing financial...

child poverty family support funding grant primary Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government