Environment & International

Goodmovers 16/04/18

Goodmovers: who has a new job?

16th April 2018 by TFN

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Is grouse moor management murdering golden eagles?

RSPB and landowners clash over wildlife crime as birds of prey disappear over and near grouse moor managed areas

6th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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How the eat local revolution is gripping Scotland

Volunteers and community activists are joining with businesses to put local food back on Scotland's menu

27th March 2018 by Robert Armour

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Chief Encounters: Bill Maitland

​Bill Maitland, director of Greengrow, an Inverness-based woodland preservation group, would hate to meet his 16 year-old "surly" self.

13th March 2018 by Robert Armour

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How Scotland is fighting gender inequality on International Women’s Day

Scottish campaigners and organisations are taking the gender equality fight global

8th March 2018 by Robert Armour

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Song of the Clyde: saving Scotland’s greatest river

How the community and voluntary sector is reviving Scotland's greatest river

23rd February 2018 by Graham Martin

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Give Africa the chance to flourish

The Wood Foundation has called for other philanthropic organisations to follow suit in funding projects which look at creating long term progress

5th February 2018 by Gareth Jones

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The time is now for Sustainable Development Goals

Two years after Scotland committed to implementing the actions, an update on what progress has been made is being sought

25th January 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Goodmovers 05/01/2018 - who’s going where in the third sector?

TFN Goodmovers - who's going where in the third sector?

4th January 2018 by TFN

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Scottish teacher is transforming school life in Rwanda

Kari Spence, 26, has set up Together in Sport Rwanda and is determined to make a difference to one small community that has experience so much poverty

4th December 2017 by TFN Guest

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Chief encounters: Karen Moore of Scottish Waterways Trust

What makes Karen Moore of Scottish Waterways Trust tick?

21st November 2017 by TFN

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Chief Encounters: Mark Ballard on selling out his 16-year-old self

The new director of Save the Children in Scotland is proud to be working to help children from Paisley to the Philippines

14th November 2017 by TFN Staff

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Goodmovers 07/11/17 - who has a new job?

Goodmovers 07/11/17 - who has a new job?

7th November 2017 by TFN

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Chief Encounters: Eoghan Mackie, Challenges Worldwide

The chief executive talks about two decades of working at the helm of the international development charity

1st November 2017 by TFN Guest

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Charity gives firsthand examples of climate chaos

Sciaf is leading the charge for the Scottish Government to take strong action

1st September 2017 by Gareth Jones

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Caring for canines in conflict

​Neil Harris gave up a career as a Royal Marine Commando to devote his life to saving stray dogs in conflict zones

10th July 2017 by Robert Armour

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Species champions: meet the MSPs fighting to protect Scotland’s wildlife

A groundbreaking initiative has enlisted more than two-thirds of the nation’s MSPs to help promote the country’s flora and fauna

3rd July 2017 by Gavin Stuart

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Homeless, penniless, stateless and destitute

An independent advocacy service could be a first step in a new preventative approach to tackling the destitution facing by asylum seekers in Scotland

19th June 2017 by Robert Armour

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Little Alan’s lifeless body shocked the world – but refugees continue to die

Graham Martin finds Oxfam demanding much more is done to help refugees globally.

5th October 2016 by Graham Martin

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