toggle menu

Publications

Support in Right Direction Progress Report : Year 1 April 2015- March 2016

The National Strategy for Self Directed Support (SDS) in Scotland sets out a vision for high quality support and advice which enables people to make genuine individual choices and promotes independent living. Known as ‘Independent Support’, organisations including charities and care providers, are helping people make informed decisions about SDS to ensure that any care or support they access responds flexibly to their individual circumstances. The SDS Support in the Right Direction Fund (2015 – 2018) aims to build the capacity and availability of independent support services across Scotland. In Year 1 of the Fund (April 2015- March 2016), 34 projects spent £2.5 million developing and delivering their services.

17.06.2020

Research into Digital Exclusion in Scotland

During Covid-19 we knew the levels of digital exclusion across Scotland would become forefront. Our calls with charity leaders and frontline staff highlighted what we knew: Pre-existing inequality meant that people across Scotland were excluded from accessing support services  and that many of these services were compromised, reduced or couldn’t be delivered due to lack

Read More
19.04.2021

Key message template

This template is designed to help you work out your organisation’s key messages. Key messages are the foundation of how you speak about your organisation, so it is very important that these tie in with your organisation’s mission, vision and brand values.

Read More
13.10.2020

Insights: Young People Falling Through the Cracks

Falling Through the Cracks is the first in a series of Insight Reports developed by Inspiring Scotland which we hope will help  inform our collective response to the youth unemployment crisis that has resulted from the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite the positive response from Government to the Covid-19 youth unemployment crisis, some young people will fall

Read More