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Disconnected: Digital Exclusion in Scotland

Citizens Advice Scotland have recently published a report on the digital access and skills of their clients. Read this article to find out more.


Social Research Association Scotland

The Social Research Association (SRA) Scotland aims to provide a networking function for people engaged in social research across a wide range of organisations.


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"More ambition” needed in order to end fuel poverty sooner

SFHA responds to Scottish Government's Fuel Poverty Strategy consultation. 


Horizon HA to be important part of research into the effective allocation of adapted housing

Horizon Housing Association is working in partnership with Stirling University on a pilot study for new research into the allocation of adapted social housing to disabled people. 


Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO) Survey on Children and Young People

The Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO) is conducting a review of the Children and Young People’s Profile produced in 2010. This is intended to provide a balanced set of indicators relating to the health, wellbeing and broader social determinants of health for children and young people. The profile will be of interest to all those who are working to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people.


Invitation to housing research roadshow: understanding tenant needs

Are you involved in housing, place and health, or do you work with client groups with specific housing needs such as older people, people with disabilities, low-income families, or refugees?


NatCen survey results looks at reasons for EU referendum leave vote

New survey by NatCen looks at reasons why people voted to leave the EU.


Research shows renters and mortgage holders would struggle to afford their monthly payments if they increased by up to £50

Renters and mortgage holders reveal fears they would be unable to meet payments if they go up in 2017. It also highlights the number of people already using credit cards and savings to make payments.


Women share their experiences of working in Leith in new book

Port of Leith Housing Association sheltered tenants share their stories. 


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