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Iriss resources on the topic of hate crime.
Scotland’s first national standards setting out what support children and young people should expect when in, or on the edges of, secure care.
An open call to participate in a project exploring Near Me video consulting in social services.

Three things: Poverty

Evidence summary that provides an overview of recent evidence relating to Covid-19 and how it affects those on low incomes and in poverty.
Looks at the relationship between poverty and engagement with transitional support interventions for young people with disabilities.
An initiative to encourage Roma and non-Roma families to claim clothing grants and free school meals.

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