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The Youth and Criminal Justice in Scotland: the young person’s journey is an online resource that aims to simplify how the youth and criminal justice system works for under 18s in Scotland. 
Dan Hughes is a leading authority on dyadic developmental psychotherapy and has integrated recent research on the neurobiology of trauma, early child development and attachment. During one of his…
Youth & Criminal Justice in Scotland: The Young Person's Journey is a new, interactive online resource that aims to simplify how the youth and criminal justice system works for under 18s in…
Pilotlight, an Iriss project, works with co-design teams of people who use and deliver services across Scotland to design pathways to self-directed support (SDS). Using a design approach, it aims to…
The Iriss Board and staff wish to congratulate Professor Irene McAra-McWilliam on her OBE for services to art and design which is due recognition of an incredibly hard working, talented and…
ScOPTbox is a curated collection of resources for social workers and others involved in supporting learning in the workplace in Scotland. It has been developed by the Scottish Organisation for…
Today, 1st December marks the launch of the See Me/Iriss Change Network Tooklit. In 2015, See Me, Iriss and the Scottish Mental Health Co-operative brought together a group of peer researchers and…
Six reports from the Practitioner Research: Outcomes and Partnership (PROP2) project have been published today. The project was developed by Iriss and the Centre for Research on Families and…
We're all aware of the power, and the increasing popularity, of story to get a message across. And visual stories can be even more powerful. The quick creation of online, multimedia stories is…
Over the past three years, Pilotlight has brought together commissioners, deliverers and users of services to research and design some of the different pathways to self-directed support. With its new…