Blogs

Guest_blog_listing Is the third sector in Glasgow facing a ‘boiled frog’ moment? Richard Scothorne discusses recent research into pressures facing Glasgow's third sector and organisational responses to the situation.

Read this article

Published
On: 26 June 2015 By: Richard Scothorne
1431937090 “Do you do this for the money or the banter?”: getting young people to talk about what they think and how they feel Lisa Garnham discusses her experience using filmmaking to engage young people in research.

Read this article

Published
On: 22 June 2015 By: Dr Lisa Garnham
1431937090 “It makes me feel joyful”: getting young children to talk about what they think and how they feel Lisa Garnham discusses her experience using creative techniques to engage young children in research.

Read this article

Published
On: 09 June 2015 By: Dr Lisa Garnham
Guest_blog__1__listing Working in the third sector: Reality checks! Kathleen Caskie looks at the challenges facing those working in the third and voluntary sector in Glasgow.

Read this article

Published
On: 03 June 2015 By: Kathleen Caskie
1406194568 Life expectancy in Calton - no longer 54 Bruce Whyte on life expectancy in the Calton area of Glasgow, highlighting media reporting of male life expectancy and looking at current estimates.

Read this article

Published
On: 02 June 2015 By: Bruce Whyte
1406194568 Playing the Glasgow Game Rachel Harris reflects on the experience of playing the Glasgow Game with a team from the Galgael, as well as the origins and development of the game.

Read this article

Published
On: 27 April 2015 By: Rachel Harris
1406194568 A walkabout with Connecting Milton action research hub Rachel Harris discusses how community development and action research are being brought together to explore new ways of thinking about assets in practice as part of the Animating Assets project.

Read this article

Published
On: 09 February 2015 By: Rachel Harris
Guest_blog__1__listing A peoples-led outcomes approach: Integrating capabilities and human rights into outcomes Oxfam UK's Francis Stuart reflects on a recent IFF/GCPH seminar by Marilyn Waring on the economics of dignity.

Read this article

Published
On: 05 February 2015 By: Francis Stuart
Guest_blog__1__listing Who are lone parents? Challenging the media perception Guest blogger Professor Ronald McQuaid takes a look at the facts and figures around lone parenting.

Read this article

Published
On: 08 December 2014 By: Ronald McQuaid
1406194568 Evaluating arts and health Chris Harkins looks at the challenges of measuring and evaluating the impact of arts on health, using his evaluation of Sistema Scotland as an example.

Read this article

Published
On: 22 October 2014 By: Chris Harkins