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Gamekeepers given green light to slaughter ravens

Conservationists have reacted with fury and disbelief to the decision to allow a mass cull of ravens in Scotland

20th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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Scots should have a right to help with benefits system

More than 60 organisations have backed calls for the right to independent advocacy within Scotland's new social security system

20th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Charities told: you must obey Esther McVey

Charities have been warned they must respect the “standing and reputation” of a Tory minister – or else

20th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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Murdered woman’s mum welcomes crime victim cash

The mother of a woman raped and murdered in Glasgow has welcomed new cash to support families of crime victims

20th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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More charities should merge to fulfil their mission

A third sector think tank has said too many charities put survival ahead of mission

20th April 2018 by Susan Smith

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Fresh moves to bring in assisted dying laws

Charity campaigners disagree over whether Scotland should introduce the right to die

20th April 2018 by Susan Smith

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Single Universal Credit payment can lead to domestic abuse

The government has been urged to split the payment equally between partners to prevent controlling behaviour

20th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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International charity boss departs

Save the Children chairman Sir Alan Parker is leaving after 10 years in the job

20th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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MSP takes up the cause of persecuted golden eagles

Scottish Green MSP Andy Wightman is the new Scottish Environment Link species champion for the golden eagle.

19th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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Oxfam “failed to tackle abuse in charity shops”

A Westminster committee has heard that concerns about lack of investment in safeguarding were made following misconduct complaints

19th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Join Team Anne-Marie and raise vital funds

Marie Curie nurse Anne-Marie asks Glasgow to raise vital funds

19th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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Fears over Brexit impact on the care sector

Care organisations are hoping their proposals for an analysis on the effects of Brexit are taken forward

19th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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£5m fund to boost Scottish social enterprises

Social Investment Scotland has launched a new subsidiary company which aims to offer finance to new entrepreneurs

19th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Seabird windfarm report underplays threat says charity

The RSPB Scotland has criticised a report that minimises the risk that windfarms pose to seabirds

19th April 2018 by Susan Smith

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Save our human rights plea to Lords

The Human Rights Consortium Scotland and Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations have asked the House of Lords to protect the rights of citizens

19th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Alcohol fuels crime across Scotland

Areas which have the highest prevalence of pubs and off-licences are beset by issues with crime, a charity has claimed

19th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Elderly feel more isolated on bank holidays

A helpline for OAPs who are feeling lonely has reported a surge in calls during March

18th April 2018 by Gareth Jones

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Child sexual abuse websites on the increase

Charity Internet Watch Foundation found an increase in websites with more graphic images of child sexual abuse last year

18th April 2018 by Susan Smith

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Another endangered eagle missing over grouse moors

Yet another satellite-tagged eagle has gone missing in Scotland in highly suspicious circumstances

18th April 2018 by Graham Martin

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