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The future of public health policymaking after COVID-19: lessons from Health in All Policies

Professor Paul Cairney, Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Stirling Dr Emily St Denny, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen Heather Mitchell, PhD Researcher, University of Stirling This post summarises new research on the health equity strategy Health in All Policies. As our previous post suggests, it is common to hope that a major

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Embedding Systems of Child-Friendly: Complaints, Remedy and Redress in Scotland

Fiona Morrison, Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection, University of Stirling Máire McCormack, Childhood and Youth Studies Research Group, University of Edinburgh Kay Tisdall, Childhood and Youth Studies Research Group, University of Edinburgh How can a child access justice, should one of their human rights not be upheld? We reflect on how to create a child-friendly system of

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A New Future for Scotland’s Towns – Recommendations

Professor Leigh Sparks, Institute of Retail Studies, University of Stirling This is the third of three linked posts on the Town Centre Action Plan Review Group Report (an introduction, summary of the review approach, recommendations). The full report and details of the Review Group, evidence submitted and heard and background and other material can be

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A New Future for Scotland’s Town Centres: Summary of our Approach

Professor Leigh Sparks, Institute of Retail Studies, University of Stirling This is the second of three linked posts on the Town Centre Action Plan Review Group Report (an introduction, summary of the review approach, recommendations). The full report and details of the Review Group, evidence submitted and heard and background and other material can be

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A New Future for Scotland’s Town Centres: Introduction to our Report

Professor Leigh Sparks, Institute of Retail Studies, University of Stirling This is the first of three linked posts on the Town Centre Action Plan Review Group Report (an introduction, summary of the review approach, recommendations). The full report and details of the Review Group, evidence submitted and heard and background and other material can be

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Incorporating the UNCRC: are we going far enough to embed children’s human rights in Scotland?

Dr Fiona Morrison, Lecturer in Child Wellbeing and Protection, Centre for Child Wellbeing and Protection, University Stirling Professor Kay Tisdall, Chair of Childhood Policy, Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh Máire McCormack, Childhood & Youth Studies Research Group, MHSES, University of Edinburgh The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Incorporation)

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