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Projects

As part of achieving our vision that all children in Scotland have an equal chance to flourish, we undertake a wide range of work. This includes:

  • Participation and engagement work with children, young people and families
  • Policy-related projects
  • Specific pieces of commissioned work
  • Research and evaluation projects
  • Direct work with children, families and communities
  • Influencing work to ensure policy and legislation meet the needs of children and families

The scale and breadth of work we undertake is difficult to capture in one place, but this regularly updated section provides you with a snapshot of some of our current projects.

You can also search for other pieces of work we are currently doing or have completed. This is an excellent opportunity for you to access information about our projects as well as the outcomes and learning from them.

We also undertake extensive activity linked to our membership. Our aim is to ensure members have a voice in our consultation responses, are represented in the working groups we are part of, can share knowledge at our events, and access the resources we produce.

Found out more about how members and our wider network contribute to our work.

Find a project

Discover any of the projects we've worked on over the past two decades

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End Child Poverty and #GiveMe5 campaign

With 1 in 4 children in Scotland now living in poverty, we are committed to driving change

Find out more

Food, Families, Futures

Our partnership programme challenging food poverty and its link with learning and health

Find out more on FFF

Alternative Future

A project aiming to change the life chances of children who have experienced violence

Find out more

Consultation Work with Children and Young People

Our participative approach ensures children's voices are at the heart of our work

Read about our projects

CHANGE: Childcare and Nurture, Glasgow East

Creating better childcare for communities in Scotland's biggest city

Read about CHANGE

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