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HUNDREDS of asylum seekers are to be locked out of their homes in a shock move officials fear will cause a humanitarian crisis on Scotland’s…
An invitation to civil society, trade unionists, academics and health activists across the world
We are delighted to present our new Local Manifesto (which is an updating and distillation of the key asks from our Make My Council Fair campaign pack) which will allow people to work with their local council or elected Mayor to tackle inequality and poverty where they live.
To illustrate the added value of intersectionality, we consider two global health issues prioritised on the SDGs agenda: cardiovascular disease and migration.
From health to schools to housing, we need an urgent rethink, says Guardian columnist John Harris
Health inequalities are a serious issue across the UK, Europe, and the rest of the world. The rate of improvement in healthcare provision doesn’t match the rate of access and outcomes for people from a range of backgrounds. We need strong united patient advocacy to help solve this global challenge.
HMRC data shows the income of people earning more than £150,000 has gone up by 89% under the Conservatives.
By leveraging the power of the public purse against corporations that pay their top execs outrageously more than their workers, we could help jump-start a democratic “New Economy.”
The residents of Freetown Christiania have lived by degrowth values for decades.
This free event will bring together community development practitioners, paid and unpaid, to discuss the importance of human right-based approaches in their work.
Part of ScotlandsFest 2018, a week-long festival of stimulating conversation, readings and debate. For more information, please visit www.luath.co.uk/scotlandsfest-2018 Putting homelessness on the glo
Part of ScotlandsFest 2018, a week-long festival of stimulating conversation, readings and debate. For more information, please visit www.luath.co.uk/scotlandsfest-2018 What are the roads to an equal,
Part of ScotlandsFest 2018, a week-long festival of stimulating conversation, readings and debate. For more information, please visit www.luath.co.uk/scotlandsfest-2018 Pauline Bryan, editor of What W
Part of ScotlandsFest 2018, a week-long festival of stimulating conversation, readings and debate. For more information, please visit www.luath.co.uk/scotlandsfest-2018 Neil Davidson and Nasar Meer, e
We are told that extensive planning is under way to prepare the health service for a no-deal Brexit scenario in England. But what about Brexit’s implications for health and social care in Scotland – h
Join us in Edinburgh for Friends of the Earth Scotland's Autumn Activist Gathering. Whether you’re new to activism or a seasoned campaigner, join us to help map the way ahead to a Fossil Free Scotland
Take One Action connects people, movies and creative action for a better world – starting from Scotland.
On 25-26 October 2018, the world will come together to renew a commitment to strengthening primary health care to achieve Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals.