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Published, 26 August 2015

All news from CELCIS and the children's sector

Website updated with resources for improving children’s outcomes

Published: Friday 8 December 2017
Training website updated with materials to improve the lives of children and young people.


New tool helps map a child’s journey the through care system

Published: Thursday 7 December 2017
A new tool developed by CELCIS will help professional groups better navigate through the child’s journey, leading to a better fu…


New campaign tackles increased threat of live streaming by online sex offenders

Published: Tuesday 5 December 2017
A new campaign highlights the increased use of live streaming by online sex offenders.


Children living in poverty according to new report

Published: Monday 4 December 2017
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation finds 400,000 more children in the UK living in poverty.


Call for participants in residential childcare research

Published: Thursday 30 November 2017
Strathclyde student explores residential childcare experiences.


Who Cares? Scotland recruiting Director of Fundraising and Development

Published: Wednesday 29 November 2017
Who Cares? Scotland is recruiting a Director of Fundraising and Development to help help support the organisation's 5-year strat…


The voice of young adopted people

Published: Tuesday 28 November 2017
As part of the Adoption Task Force, facilitated by CELCIS, Adoption UK is collaborating with St. Andrew’s Children’s Society, Sc…


New creative resource for kids

Published: Monday 27 November 2017
Care Inspectorate publishes Our Creative Journey.


Adopted children and exclusion from school

Published: Tuesday 21 November 2017
Report from the UK-wide survey asking adoptive parents about their children’s experiences in school, particularly of exclusions…


Harmeny Education Trust looking for Head of Care

Published: Monday 20 November 2017
Head of Care needed to develop Harmeny’s care provision with overall operational responsibility for the day-to-day running of Ha…


Who Cares Scotland Harvard Summer School

Published: Wednesday 15 November 2017
Who Cares? Scotland are offering two young people with care experience the chance to study at Harvard University.


Tracking Progress: measuring the implementation of the UN Guidelines

Published: Friday 3 November 2017
A new free online tool allows organisations and individuals globally to successfully deliver on UN Guidelines for the Alternativ…


Workforce skills report published

Published: Tuesday 31 October 2017
Report highlights the high level of skill within the social service workforce, and the skills and development they'll need to me…


Report looks at mental health of care leavers in England

Published: Monday 23 October 2017
A report on mental health support for young people leaving care.


Call for papers on disability

Published: Friday 20 October 2017
The Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care (SJRCC) is inviting submissions for a special themed issue on disability to be pu…


Survivor groups encourage all survivors of abuse in care to take part in milestone consultation

Published: Friday 20 October 2017
Survivor groups encourage all survivors of abuse in care to take part in milestone consultation


Pupils supported by their parents heading back to school

Published: Wednesday 11 October 2017
An innovative education project is helping Renfrewshire pupils to reach their full potential by inviting their parents to get ba…


Care leavers to be exempt from council tax

Published: Tuesday 10 October 2017
Our statement in support of Scottish Government's announcement to exempt young care leavers from council tax payments.


Funding for creative and active projects for young people in care

Published: Monday 9 October 2017
Life Changes Trust launch funding opportunity for care experienced children to try music, art, sports and crafts.


Time bar lifted for survivors of child abuse

Published: Wednesday 4 October 2017
The Scottish Government has announced that a long-standing barrier to survivors of childhood abuse being able to take civil lega…