Blogs

Balancing GDPR with core activity is an ongoing challenge for charities

Mark Chynoweth advises on how charities can ensure GDPR compliance without negative impact on core activities

18th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Scotland’s Social Security Agency is already failing minorities

Mark Griffin MSP believes Scotland's flagship Social Security Agency has already failed minorities despite it claiming to be a model of inclusion

19th October 2018 by Robert Armour

0 Comments Blogs
Premium Closed curtains tell a story of poverty and hopelessness

Rhona Cunningham reflects on what if anything has changed for families over two decades of stalled political progress on overcoming child poverty

19th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
DEC needs to be ready to react

Huw Owen talks about being prepared to react when international emergencies happen

19th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Premium The killing blow often comes from the direction least expected

With everyone’s eyes on Brexit, growing Universal Credit unrest looks set to blindside the Tory government

18th October 2018 by Graham Martin

0 Comments Blogs
Technology can revolutionise care provision across the country

Debbie Collins argues that investment in technology has far wider benefits than purely financial stability

17th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Being active is great and takes my mind off the pain

Michael Mellon speaks of the support he has received from Help for Heroes, as he prepares to be Scotland's only representative at the Invictus Games

16th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
What is trauma in childhood?

Mary Glasgow examines why adverse childhood experiences and trauma are being widely talked about

16th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Your staff have the answer - we’ll help them uncover it

Steve McCreadie of the Lens is looking to develop intrapreneurship within a new group of medium sized charities

15th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Does your organisation demonstrate a duty of care?

John Cleghorn explains the importance of duty of care

15th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Living with Endometriosis

Katy Johnston shares her personal fight with the illness, and why it's time to make the invisible visible, as Standard Life partners with Endometriosis UK

12th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Radical change is needed to limit global warming

Rosie Watson warns that immediate, drastic action is required to successfully limit warming to 1.5 degrees

12th October 2018 by TFN Guest

1 Comment Blogs
Seven easy ways to boost social enterprise

Duncan Thorp gives his top tips for improving lives and building a better community

10th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Mental health in schools: we need to make it count

Mark Rowland argues that mental health should be a priority in education

10th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
A recipe for the perfect grant application

​Deanna Wolf shares her recipe for trust fundraising success

9th October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
It’s not just your liver that alcohol destroys

Gary Peebles talks about living with alcohol-related brain damage and his hope for the future thanks to support from Penumbra

4th October 2018 by TFN Guest

1 Comment Blogs
Diageo is failing to provide latest guidelines on their products

​Alison Douglas attended the Diageo AGM to question the alcohol consumption guidelines on their labelling

3rd October 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
Emerging business models offer big challenge to social enterprise

Duncan Thorp explains the variety of new business models putting people before profit

27th September 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs
We must work closely with children who have suffered trauma

Martin Crewe says that organisations need to focus more on what has happened to children, rather than what they have done

26th September 2018 by TFN Guest

0 Comments Blogs