Over 70 GCVS members and network representatives came together last Friday to talk about male suicide and what new Samaritan research means for their work in Glasgow.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are inviting third sector organisations in Glasgow, with an interest in health, to attend an event which will explore future challenges and opportunities for health services in the city.
The case for continuing to fund voluntary sector advice services has been highlighted by a new report from Youth Access, a youth advice and counseling charity.
Cancer Research UK is asking members of the public to join in their search for a cancer cure by using crowdsourcing - a way in which members of the public are asked to participate in anything from funding to research - to help in its search for a cure for
Glasgow Bike Station has recently received funding from the Scottish Government's Climate Challenge Fund to promote sustainable travel in and around Glasgow over the next three years
Scotland’s Chief Statistician today published the Scottish Household Survey (SHS) 2011 Annual Report (Scotland’s People).
A report by Glasgow University’s Institute for Health and Wellbeing - General Practitioners at the Deep End – provides damning evidence of the harm that the UK Government’s austerity measures are having on the most vulnerable people in Scotland.
A new fund has been launched by the Scottish Government and the Big Lottery Fund to help children get the best start in life. The £6m fund, for children under the age of eight
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on proposals to change the way that the NHS and Local authorities work together