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Our Resource Round-Up features useful resources for those working in communities in Glasgow.  Please circulate to your colleagues and organisations in your networks.

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February 2018

CLD Resources

Closing the Poverty Related Attainment Gap

This action enquiry research focusses on closing the poverty related attainment gap and centres on raising attainment in numeracy and mental health. Read more...

Science for a Successful Scotland

This introductory science learning and teaching resource aimed at adults has recently been launched and teaches the basics of science relating to five economic growth areas in Scotland: Energy, Tourism, Creative Industries, Life Sciences, and Food and Drink.
You can download the pdf of the resource from this website:  
You can find the e-learning version of the resource here:

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Learning / ALN / Digital

Young Adults & Money Management; behaviours, attitudes & useful rules of thumb Report

This report looks at how young adults transitioning from education into the workforce think about money, and its role in how they feel about their lives - it is viewed as an essential part of reaching their aspirations. The insights in this report give us a richer understanding of how young adults engage with their finances. It finds that most young adults would welcome tips and guidance to help them manage their money. Read more…

Free GDPR Guide Published for Charities

Published by the Charity Finance Group, the guide is split into five parts: governance, fundraising data, financial data, beneficiary data and employee data and is aimed at anyone with responsibility for data management within their charity, from trustees, to finance directors, to volunteers. Read more...

GDPR FAQs for Charities

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect 25 May 2018. To help you comply with your responsibilities, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has produced a package of tools aimed at small and micro organisations, including charities. Click here to view GDPR FAQs for charities. 

GDPR Helpline

A new helpline has been set up to help small employers with questions on GDPR.
The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) recognises that small organisations in the UK may face particular difficulties in ensuring compliance with the new data protection law that starts on 25th May 2018. The helpline number is 0303 123 1113 (select option 4).
Thanks to Linden at the Employers’ Advice Service for highlighting this useful resource. 

Culture Republic GDPR Cultural Resources Hub

Including a Rapid Results test to check your GDPR readiness! Read more…

New Resources on Evaluation Support Scotland Website

Free resources for charities, social enterprise and community organisations

Mergers, prioritising, cross-sector working, core funding... These areas and more are all explored in a free new website for CEOs and trustees, published by the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR).

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7 Golden Rules for Participation

Includem has created a Symbols resource that helps children and young people participate. Designed arpund understanding children's rights. The resource explains the 7 Golden Rules for Participation, a set of principles developed by the Commissioner’s office.  The Golden Rules help children and young people tell adults about things that are important to them and are something anyone working with children and young people can use.

Criminal Justice

Scheme sees reduction in youth re-offending

Youth reoffending in Glasgow has dropped dramatically thanks to a scheme set up four years ago. Read more… 


Health & Equalities

Tips for Speaking to your GP about mental Health

GAMH Co-trainers from diverse backgrounds including BME communities, worked with NHSGGC to produce top tips. Available in English, BSL, Urdu, French, Swahili, Arabic, Punjabi, Tamil, Farsi and Polish. Download or watch our Top Tips Film. 

 New respectme Resources

respectme have developed two new resources to support the implementation of Respect for AllThe National Approach to Anti-Bullying for Scotland’s Children and Young People, which was launched in November 2017:  
Their Policy through to Practice
Addressing Inclusion: Effectively challenging homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, developed 
Copies are available on their website.

"Healthy Eyes" Training Pack

The RNIB UK Adult Social Care Practice and Development Team have developed a new training pack for adults with learning disabilities, to raise awareness of the importance of eye health. Read more…


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