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15 Nov University of the West of Scotland (UWS) officially launched its new Institute for Youth and Community Research recently at their Hamilton Campus.
15 Nov Small, locally based groups or organisations in areas of disadvantage can apply for funding of between 1,000 and 10,000 pounds
08 Nov Volunteer Development Scotland would like to invite you to a workshop for those of you who work with volunteers,manage volunteer programmes or who advise organisations on good practice in volunteer management.
07 Nov Generations Working Together are running two free Training the Trainer sessions in November. This course will be of interest to those who are keen to embed intergenerational approaches within their programmes of work.
01 Nov The annual SMN National Networking Event which this year is taking place at St Paul's and St George's Church in Edinburgh on Wednesday 7th November. The event will run from 10.30am until 4pm. The day will start with a keynote speech from Ken Whipp from Entrepreneurial Spark, and then we will have a range of workshops and the presentation of our Recognition Awards 2012. There will also be plenty of networking opportunities throughout the day.
01 Nov Very active job search is important in the current UK labour market for disadvantaged young people - a 'job in itself'. New research for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation describes the difficulty of job searching for young people seeking low-skilled work.
01 Nov The Legacy 2014 Active Places Fund supports the Scottish Government's legacy ambitions to encourage more people to be active and take part in sport.
01 Nov The Tesco Charity Trust has announced that its Large Grants programme is open for applications.
01 Nov A PIioneering pilot scheme in Scottish secondary schools to tackle harassment, abuse and violence by men against women is to be rolled out to further council areas. The 40,000 pound project - developed by Strathclyde Police's Violence Reduction Unit - was introduced last year in two schools in Inverclyde and Edinburgh. Under the roll-out it will be taken up by secondaries in North Lanarkshire, the Borders, Perth and Kinross and East Ayrshire - with the involvement of more councils planned for the future.
26 Oct The Saltire Awards are the Scottish Government's new youth volunteering award for 12-25 year olds. These awards aim to strengthen the links between volunteering and schools and increase opportunities for young people to take part in volunteering within their local community.