Christina Milarvie Quarrell is a Poet Photographer Artist born and raised in the Govanhill Gorbals communities. Her work celebrates the values of people before profit. Art is her passion and she utilises […]
John Davis is the Professor of Childhood Inclusion at the University of Edinburgh. He is author of the SSSC Taking the First Steps report that evaluated the impact of the BA Childhood […]
Collaboration v Compulsion: Minimum Intervention v Child Protection, Participation v Preventative Early Intervention, Redistribution v Sticking Plasters – What Are The Hall Marks of a Socially Just and Rights-Based Child and Family Support System?
John Davis and Harla Octarra examine the implications of the Supreme Court decision on the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. Professor John M. Davis has written two books on […]
For All We Know This May Only Be A Dream – Hypocrisy, Purity by Proxy and The Nightmare of Aggressive ‘Brit Nat’ Narcissism
By John Davis Nina Simone’s cover of the Donny Hathaway song For All We Know poses the question: For all we know, this may only be a dream’. Was it just a dream […]
Sorry for the lack of posts last month, our wonderful Aunt died at the age of 88. She was born in 1928, a year that included: Leon Trotsky being arrested in Moscow; […]
500,000 more children were put into absolute poverty in the last government, 4.1 million Children are still experiencing absolute child poverty and the Tories are gloating about the figures?
When Labour came to power in 1997 the previous conservative government left a situation where relative child poverty (60% of median income) before housing costs were 27 % (3.4 million) and after […]