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1443705848 Collaborative project looks at the cost of the school day The Cost of the School Day is a unique, year-long pilot project in Glasgow looking at the impact of poverty on the lives of children and young people and their access to an education.

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Published
02 October 2015
1528201490 The challenge of an unequal world Lorna Kelly discusses Michael Marmot’s book 'The health gap: the challenge of an unequal world', looking at inequality, health and the wider social and economic contexts which affect population health.

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Published
21 September 2015
1528201524 Come and visit our new office: drop-in sessions We are holding informal drop-in sessions on 22nd and 30th September (from 1-2pm) to meet our new neighbours in Bridgeton - come and join us!

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Published
21 September 2015
1528201524 September e-update The latest e-newsletter from the GCPH is available now.

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Published
18 September 2015
1442229460 European Mobility Week 2015 This Europe-wide sustainable urban transport campaign runs from 16th-22nd September this year.

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Published
16 September 2015
1442229460 European Mobility Week: How does the GCPH team get to work? To mark the start of European Mobility Week, Sheena looks at the varying commutes of members of the GCPH team.

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Published
16 September 2015
1442229460 Learning from other places - active travel It's European Mobility Week and in this blog Bruce Whyte discusses his commute and how we can learn from other cities to improve levels of active travel in Glasgow and create networks of integrated, safe routes for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Published
16 September 2015
1528201524 Our new contact details In late August the GCPH moved to a new home. The historic Olympia Building at Bridgeton Cross is our new base, alongside colleagues from the University of Glasgow, which is establishing a new Social Research Hub.

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Published
25 August 2015
1528201509 Walking and cycling - they’re worth the risk! Alasdair Macdonald reflects on our latest report on pedestrian and cyclist casualty trends and looks at the rise of car usage and development of road infrastructure and its effect on risks and perceived risks to pedestrians and cyclists.

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Published
20 August 2015
1528201524 Trends in pedestrian and cyclist road casualties in Scotland Our new report provides a detailed analysis of current trends in cyclist and pedestrian road casualties in Scotland, using a range of data from different sources.

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Published
18 August 2015