Culture & Leisure

Seeing a way through the crisis for blind and partially sighted Scots

James Adams on how RNIB Scotland has responded to Covid 19

18th May 2020 by TFN Guest

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Never More Needed than right now

Susan Smith on why SCVO is launching the #NeverMoreNeeded campaign to remind everyone how vital the voluntary sector really is

12th May 2020 by Susan Smith

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We are never more needed - in the fight to forge a better world

No return to normality after Covid - let our voices be heard in the fight for a society based on solidarity, not share price

12th May 2020 by Graham Martin

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Learning in the time of lockdown

Gill Ryan on how the Open University will help you keep learning during the lockdown

11th May 2020 by TFN Guest

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We’ve always had something better than Zoom - the challenge is to remember it

Joel Meekison sings the praises of technology, but argues that we shouldn't lose sight of flesh and blood

5th May 2020 by TFN Guest

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Maintaining staff morale while remote working

Dr Helen Rippon shares her tips for keeping morale high across your organisation while working from home

24th April 2020 by TFN Guest

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A night in at the awards

Gareth Jones ‘attended’ this week’s charity film awards, with the show going on despite the coronavirus lockdown

23rd April 2020 by Gareth Jones

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The real issues around death and dying must be heard

Amanda Ward says it is important to help people understand the context of death and dying

16th April 2020 by TFN Guest

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We want to hear about your Covid heroes

Gareth Jones is looking to get in touch with the people who are making a difference during the coronavirus pandemic

9th April 2020 by Gareth Jones

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Informal volunteering matters

Sophie Bridger says informal volunteering is critical to building resilient communities and reaching those who need help most

2nd April 2020 by TFN Guest

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I lost my faith when I lost my husband

Anne Kennedy speaks to Penumbra recovery practitioner Dan Mushens about her relationship with alcohol, grieving for her husband and losing her faith

11th March 2020 by TFN Guest

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Virus challenge shows creeping ageism in society

Dr Donald Macaskill despairs about certain responses to the Coronavirus, and believes the days ahead will shape us as a society

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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All the info you’ll need

Tracey Bird examines some of the key events taking place at this year's Gathering

14th February 2020 by TFN Guest

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By reconnecting we can end loneliness

Alan Reid says that planning is key in the bid to get communities more active and connected

4th February 2020 by Gareth Jones

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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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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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Festive fun and social justice go hand in hand

Duncan Thorp is planning a social shopping spree this Christmas

4th December 2019 by TFN Guest

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