Acting Locally and Thinking Globally: COP26 event celebrates collaboration between Scotland and Chile

Primary and secondary school children from Clydebank joined the Scottish Government’s Minister for Green Skills, the Circular Economy and Biodiversity, Lorna Slater, and other policy makers, local authority officers, teachers and researchers at a University of Glasgow event to celebrate and amplify children’s hopes and concerns on local environmental issues.   Organised by the Network […]

Children’s voices climate change event at the University of Glasgow

Today, the Network for Social and Educational Equity will be joining our colleagues at Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland for an event that brings together pupils from West Dunbartonshire in Scotland with those in Chile. The children, along with their teachers and researchers from the university will be sharing their experiences of a collaborative project that highlights […]

COP26 – A Teacher’s Experience

The Network for Social and Educational Equity and Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland has been working with two schools in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland on a project aimed at ensuring children’s voices on climate change are heard by decision makers at this year’s COP26 summit and beyond. Here, teacher Katie Shearer, who works at St Eunan’s Primary School […]