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1528201524 New briefing on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on women This micro briefing presents a range of evidence on the disproportionate impact of the social and economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on women.

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Published
07 May 2021
1528201524 We're running Round 2 of the small grant scheme! Our small grants support children and young people to undertake creative projects about climate change.

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Published
07 May 2021
Cns_logo_listing Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland: new vacancy Our partners at Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland (CNS) are recruiting for an Administrator.

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Published
22 April 2021
1528201524 March e-update Our latest e-newsletter is now available.

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Published
31 March 2021
1528201524 Children and young people’s views on climate change – the eight projects Our small grant scheme supported local projects exploring children and young people’s views on the relationship between climate change and health and wellbeing.

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Published
11 March 2021
Chat_logos_listing_image_crop_listing The SHAPE of Post-Covid Communities - a community conversation

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Published
02 March 2021
Event_listing_crop_listing Upcoming event - children and young people’s views on climate change The event will be held on Tuesday 9th March, 10-12.

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Published
24 February 2021
1528201524 New briefing on the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on disabled people

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Published
29 January 2021
1528201490 The anatomy of a GCPH infographic In this blog our Digital Communications Officer, Sheena Fletcher, reflects on the approach we take in developing our infographics and the different types we have produced over the years.

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Published
21 January 2021
1378286103 Understanding Glasgow turns ten! The Understanding Glasgow website, launched in January 2011, set out to create and present, in an accessible and engaging way, a set of health and wellbeing indicators for the city.

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Published
18 January 2021