Listen to a thought-provoking discussion chaired by Nick Fraser between Louisa Harvey, Dr Andy Kerr FRSE, and Joan Lawrie discussing how climate change continues to expose further inequalities within our society and their experience working together with local authorities and communities to enact solutions to tackle those challenges in an affordable, community-focused and sustainable way.
Watch a thought-provoking discussion chaired by Nick Fraser between Louisa Harvey, Dr Andy Kerr FRSE, and Joan Lawrie discussing how climate change continues to expose further inequalities within our society and their experience working together with local authorities and communities to enact solutions to tackle those challenges in an affordable, community-focused and sustainable way.
There is general support for the principle of policy impact: researchers and Higher Education Institutions should be encouraged to achieve policy impact from their research.
Professor Christina Boswell on the ‘impact agenda’ in higher education first gained currency around a decade ago. And to be honest, a lot of that activity felt quite formulaic and box-ticking.
Professor Claire Dunlop sketches three blind spots of policy impact which learning accounts bring into focus.
Professor Mark Woolhouse asks were Covid-19 lockdowns really the best course of action? Justified at the time as the best way to save lives.
Professor William Stimson FRSE on the breakthrough antiviral drugs that boost humans’ ‘interferon’ immune response to help tackle Covid-19.
We must take our cue from children when it comes to designing the early learning and childcare ecosystem that will help shape the rest of their lives.
Paul Bradshaw is Director of ScotCen Social Research, an independent, not-for-profit research institute and the Scottish arm of NatCen Social
Our approach to early education and childcare is of both symbolic and practical significance. It is suggestive of the type
Alison Gopnik is a professor of psychology, at the University of California at Berkeley, and author of over 120 journal
The idea of universal early childhood education and care (ECEC) services is embedded in Nordic educational policies, and ECEC is