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New Fair Work in the Third Sector Research

Join us to Explore New Findings on Fair Work Last year, GCVS commissioned the Scottish Centre for Employment Research at the University of Strathclyde to study Fair Work* in the voluntary sector.... Read more

Fair Work in the Voluntary Sector Survey

The Scottish Centre for Employment Research (University of Strathclyde) has been commissioned by Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector, Highland Third Sector Interface and The Robertson Trust to undertake research... Read more

Third Sector Domestic Abuse Survey

Earlier this year, Glasgow’s Third Sector Children, Young People and Families Citywide Forum surveyed individuals from third sector services to help identify and compare trends, and gain an insight into... Read more

Third Sector Community Facilities Survey

Glasgow Communities are being asked to join the conversation about Glasgow’s third sector building requirements, as part of the Communities Make Glasgow Initiative. We know that many community facilities are facing a difficult... Read more

TSI Coronavirus Survey

In order to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of coronavirus on the Third Sector, the Third Sector Interface Scotland Network carried out a national survey over a two-month... Read more

Glasgow’s first Local Child Poverty Action Report

Suzie Scott Everyone's Children Project Manager  Everyone’s Children have been involved over the past year in developing Glasgow’s Local Poverty Action Report (LCPAR). Suzie Scott, Everyone’s Children Manager describes the... Read more

GCPP Health Check Survey

Glasgow Community Planning Partnership is asking organisations in Glasgow to respond to their Health Check Survey, Click here to take the survey. This is the second year of the survey and... Read more
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