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Activity report 2016-17

Since the end of 2015, Maddiston Community Council, Iriss and a range of other partners have helped carry out a variety of local activities in Maddiston and Rumford. The aim of this work was to…

Iriss.fm, Episode 186

Michael McEwan speaks to Ruth Gallagher (Voluntary Action East Renfrewshire), Lynn Wardle (Thrive) and Colette Walker (carer) about the Care Collective.

The Care Collective is a project in…

Iriss.fm, Episode 185

Michael McEwan speaks to Joseph Delaney about growing up with a 'hidden disability'.

Joseph is on the autistic spectrum and tells us about his life experiences, and his journey to getting…

Iriss.fm, Episode 184

Michael McEwan speaks to Ryan Fleming about growing up with a 'hidden disability'.

Ryan is on the autistic spectrum and tells us about the challenging, as well as positive experiences he…

A pictorial timeline

Gypsy Travellers are largely absent from history or misrepresented and mythologised in our culture and folklore — often in the crudest and most damaging of ways. Their story is often untold or…

Gary Clapton, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Edinburgh

Gary Clapton, Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Edinburgh spoke to Kerry Musselbrook from Iriss about what being a good father means to him, and tells us about the Iriss Insight…

Insight 38
Key points Society expects and gets more from fathers today The contribution that fathers can make to the lives of children and families is substantial Mothers continue to be the focus of children…
Iriss.fm, Episode 183

The second of two episodes to celebrate the Festival of Residential Child Care 2017.

Debbie Nolan, Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) introduces Alison Gough, secure care…

Iriss.fm, Episode 182

The first of two episodes to celebrate the Festival of Residential Child Care 2017.

In this episode Debbie Nolan and Kristina Moodie (Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice) introduce the…

Iriss.fm, Episode 181

Reports of hate crime in Scotland have increased and research indicates that the trauma experienced by victims of hate crime can be more enduring and harmful than non-hate related offending and…