Environment & International

Coronavirus update from the regulator

Maureen Mallon from OSCR gives guidance for charities on how to cope with the coronavirus outbreak

16th March 2020 by TFN Guest

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Save the Children report reminds us that good governance is everyone’s responsibility

Alastair Keatinge reflects on the Charity Commission probe into allegations of inappropriate behaviour at the charity

10th March 2020 by TFN Guest

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Charities are ideally placed to think and act differently

Adam Lang says Civic Scotland must take the lead in acting boldly to solve social problems

27th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Get set for The Gathering

Anna Fowlie looks forward to The Gathering, which takes place this week at the SEC in Glasgow

18th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Walking to a happier Scotland

Ian Findlay previews Paths For All's involvement at The Gathering this year, with an aim of helping voluntary sector staff become more active

4th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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Communities can mobilise to fight climate change

​Catherine McWilliam believes communites play a vital role in combatting climate change

23rd January 2020 by Robert Armour

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Together with Turkana: how we can all transform lives

Daniel Adams on Mary's Meals' Turkana Appeal

23rd January 2020 by TFN

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The importance of creating liveable neighbourhoods

Tremaine Bilham says communities can feel empowered through improving their communities

12th December 2019 by TFN Guest

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Help us get our young people climate ready

Josephine Querido says the next generation need support to help them battle climate change

6th December 2019 by TFN Guest

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Climate strikes: what now?

Aoife Hutton looks at what's next for the climate strike movement

25th November 2019 by TFN Guest

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A world to win - and everything to lose

Graham Martin on why the third sector should engage with the Extinction Rebellion movement

1st November 2019 by Graham Martin

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The refugee crisis has not gone away

Robina Qureshi responds to the news that 39 people have been found dead in a lorry in Essex

24th October 2019 by TFN Guest

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Make fuel poverty history

Helen Melone explains the key points of Scotland's draft fuel poverty bill

20th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Let’s improve Scotland’s streets

Penny Morriss explains how simple improvements and better maintenance of streets can make all the difference to people

10th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Brexit: leaving no-one behind

​Tressa Burke on the implications of Brexit for those with disabilities and care services in Scotland

6th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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How adults can join the global climate strike

Kate Whitaker shares the best ways of getting involved in the upcoming, global strike for climate

5th September 2019 by TFN Guest

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Parliament prorogued amidst Brexit chaos - what happens now?

Craig Wilson looks at the implications of Prime Minister Johnson's prorogation of parliament, and the consequences of no deal for the voluntary sector

30th August 2019 by TFN Guest

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Brexit is built on shifting - and rapidly disappearing - sands

With Brexit looming, Craig Wilson looks at its implications and the steps that are being taken to ensure the future of the voluntary sector in Scotland

22nd August 2019 by TFN Guest

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From straw man to Wicker Man?

Annie Gunner Logan looks at the unintended consequences of community empowerment, stemming from a lack of strong shared ambitions and clear vision

20th August 2019 by TFN Guest

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