The four main networks co-ordinated and supported by YouthLink Scotland are the Members' Network, the Policy Forum, the National Voluntary Youth Work Organisations (Scotland) and the Youth Work and Schools Partnership.
Supporting the exchange of good practice between community-led organisations and their partners. CHEX works with a range of organisations and individuals from across Scotland that are working to improve health in their communities and address health inequalities.
As Scotland's Centre for Excellence in volunteering, Volunteer Development Scotland leads the way in informing and modernising approaches to volunteering policy, enhancing practice and improving the quality of the volunteering experience for the people of Scotland.
The United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA) is a registered charity, which has as its sole object the advancement of education in literacy. UKLA is concerned with literacy education in school and out-of-school settings in all phases of education.
This resource pack addresses practitioners’ need to know the impact poverty has on the individuals and communities within which they are working. It also provides an understanding of the contribution adult education can make in combating poverty.