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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 20
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)Editor(s)Type
17-Aug-2017Scotland’s drug death crisis needs a radical harm reduction response – nowMcAuley, Andrew; Robertson, James Roy; Parkes, Tessa-Newspaper/Magazine Article
26-Jan-2018War on drugs is unwinnable, but locking up Mr Bigs is still worth itHamilton-Smith, Niall-Newspaper/Magazine Article
19-Jan-2018In Britain’s battle over school curriculum, Celtic nations have got it rightPriestley, Mark-Newspaper/Magazine Article
7-Nov-2014Free education for poor mums may help alleviate child povertyTreanor, Morag C-Newspaper/Magazine Article
15-Jun-2015Mud pies and green spaces – why children do better when they can get outdoorsMannion, Greg-Newspaper/Magazine Article
Jul-2017From the periphery to a priority: changing uses of electronic monitoring in AustraliaGraham, Hannah-Newspaper/Magazine Article
Apr-2017My generation: Involving children and young people in decisions that affect them will be the only way to ensure meaningful solutions to address povertyForbes, Joan; Sime, Daniela-Newspaper/Magazine Article
27-Nov-2014If Westminster delivers, Scotland will have one of the world’s most powerful devolved parliamentsRummery, Kirstein-Newspaper/Magazine Article
7-Sep-2016Learn to love colleges – before they disappearHusband, Gary-Newspaper/Magazine Article
29-Jan-2015Scotland can help the UK fix its disastrous system of benefits for disabled peopleRummery, Kirstein-Newspaper/Magazine Article
15-Jun-2016Beware the digital entrepreneurs who are opening their own schoolsWilliamson, Ben-Newspaper/Magazine Article
9-Jan-2015Ofcom got it wrong: it's time to listen and learn from fringe partiesRummery, Kirstein-Newspaper/Magazine Article
18-Jul-2013Dementia stats down but postcode lottery drives uneven careAndrews, June-Newspaper/Magazine Article
9-Mar-2015Still Alice is far from a good thing for dementia awarenessAndrews, June-Newspaper/Magazine Article
26-Mar-2014Scotland the brainy: why are there so many graduates in Edinburgh and Glasgow?Field, John-Newspaper/Magazine Article
27-Jun-2014Why you won’t see Gove-style proposals on curbing school extremism in ScotlandField, John-Newspaper/Magazine Article
16-Mar-2015Why hospitals are dangerous for people with dementia – and why it’s up to families to helpAndrews, June-Newspaper/Magazine Article
Mar-2016Gender and Criminal Justice: Challenging PrejudiceThain-Gray, Rachel; Jones, Rebecca; Malloch, Margaret-Other
9-Oct-2015Demolishing iconic tower blocks is an attack on whole idea of social housingMcCall, Vikki; Mooney, Gerry; Paton, Kirsteen-Other
1-Jul-2016Smarter tagging practices for offenders needed, report findsGraham, Hannah-Other
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 20