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The road to individualism    February 2005

Achieving a genuinely individualised education service in Scotland will be a long-term process that is likely to be difficult and expensive but not impossible, says Keir Bloomer.

A community approach to protecting children    February 2005

A public housing estate in south-east Edinburgh is the site for the first feasibility study in Neighbourhood Mapping for Children's Safety (NMCS). Sarah Nelson and Norma Baldwin outline the initiative that takes a community approach to enhancing child protection.

Creating safety first    February 2005

This month Nicola Pay spoke to three organisations and a local authority about how they have been working to create safe and secure environments for children and young people.

Imagine Scotland...    February 2005

Thirteen years ago in Chicago, USA, a project was developed that offered everyone, especially young people, the opportunity to invest in the city's future. Margaret Wright explains how it inspired her to bring the same concept to Scotland to help young people here become meaningfully involved in designing a future for the communities

Looking back on the politics of poverty    February 2005

100 years' seeking and solving the underlying causes of society's ills' – Children in Scotland reports on the Joseph Rowntree Trust's centenary conference.

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