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- Glasgow North West Sector Partnership has an additional £109,201 available for investment in 2018/19.
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- Major New Report Calls for LGBTI+ Equality Strategy for Glasgow
- Draft City of Glasgow Local Police & Fire and Rescue Plans 2017-2020
- Glasgow City Council seek views on City Charter
- Welcome Football Festival to be held in Glasgow
- New Chair Appointed to Scottish Police Authority Board
- Scottish Government has published Evaluation of Police and Fire Reform: Year 2 Report
- Launch of Consultative Draft Glasgow Community Plan
- New Chair for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership
- Community Justice Glasgow Update
- Search is on for Glasgow 2018 European Championships volunteers
- Glasgow's Community Justice Authority Annual Report 2016/2017
- Glasgow's Communities Given More Say Over Funding Decisions
- Glasgow Women's Library is much more than a home for books
- North East communities reaping the benefits of a Thriving Places approach
- Glasgow's Community Learning and Development Plan 2015-2018
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"I feel like a 'shadow citizen'. I know there are lots of single parents out there but it's as if we are invisible "
There are 170,000 Single Parents in Scotland with over 291,000 children, 1:4 of families. Single parenting, when combined with poverty, can cause and intensify isolation and loneliness and impacts on mental health. OPFS is launching what aims to be the largest ever survey of single parents Scotland.
Funded by the Scottish Government Innovation fund, the feedback from parents will help OPFS, partners and government to develop an effective response to issues of isolation, loneliness and its impact on mental health among single parents which in turn links to poverty.
They also have a Microsoft Word copy of the survey.
What can you do?
1. Are you or have you been a single parent in Scotland? Please complete the survey.