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Welcome to the CLD Team Resource Round-Up
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Welcome to the CLD Team:
Resources Round-Up

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

Contact the CLD team at: karen.armstrong@gcvs.org.uk.

November 2018

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"A Bonnie Tale"

Download your free e-book of ‘A Bonnie Tale’ by Ross MacKenzie and learn all about Bonnie the seal’s Glasgow 2018 European Championships journey.

Grab your copy of Rebel!

Scottish Book Trust are sending out 100,000 copies of their new book Rebel to libraries, partners and people. Rush down to your local library or bookshop to bag your free copy during Book Week Scotland, or order a whole box of them (for free) to hand out to friends and colleagues. 

Learning / ALN / Digital

Anti bullying Resources

Explore the #ChooseRespect (anti bullying) learning resources that will help you spark conversation and inspire action amongst children and young people throughout Scotland. Read more…

New Website Showcases what Brexit Means for Civil society

Brexit Civil Society Alliance has launched a new website which aims to provide accessible, up-to-date resources on what Brexit means for civil society and showcase what Brexit work civil society is doing.

Easy Read Guides to Brexit- Human Rights Consortium Scotland

These easy to read guides give  information about the European Union, about Brexit and about our rights after Brexit.  Read more…


New STEM Page Launched

Education Scotland have launched a new STEM summary page on the National Improvement Hub. Read more...


Digital Wellbeing: Information Resource for Parents and Carers

Childnet International has published guidance for parents and carers about looking after the digital wellbeing of children and young people. Read more here. 

Criminal Justice

Report - Inspection of Custody Centres Across Scotland

HM Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland has published a report on police custody that includes recommendations on safeguarding measure related to children and young people. Read more here.

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Health & Equalities

Mental Health Strategy: 2017-27 - 1st Progress Report

The Scottish Government has published the first progress report for its 10-year mental health strategy reflecting that the year has been a dynamic one for mental health, with ever rising public awareness of the topic.

New APP aims to Transform Rail Travel for Passengers with Disabilities

A free mobile app to help improve train travel around the UK for passengers with disabilities is being tested by four rail companies, with other operators set to begin trials before a national roll-out. Read more…

Carer's Allowance Supplement - Updated Toolkit

The latest version of the Carer’s Allowance Supplement toolkit has been updated with information on payments made and contact details for enquiries. Take a look at the updated toolkit here and find out more about the Carer's Allowance Supplement here. 

"Stay Mobile, Stay Connected"

‘Stay Mobile Stay Connected’ is a campaign to change the way we think about older people’s health. A group of older adults, aged 79 to 92, have created six campaign films with their own advice on achieving happiness and health in later life.

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