Monthly Archives: June 2013

GIRFEC otherwise known as getting it right for every child

In Scotland, this is the name of child protection and what a great idea it is to think of getting it right for every child! Unfortunately, we are still not getting it right for those children who are known to … Continue reading

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V.I.P. Travels to Kenya

Over the Summer one of our workers will be travelling to Kenya and sharing the V.I.P. Programme with schools and communities there. We already have a partner organisation in Kenya but we now intend to get up closer to schools … Continue reading

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The Cycle Begins

Today, Graham Finlay, supported by a team of volunteers, sets of to set up camp near Hadrians Wall where he will begin his marathon cycle. Graham intends to complete his cycle within 24 hours riding on a BMX bike. We … Continue reading

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Hadrians Wall Cycle

Our long term volunteer, Graham, is about to cycle Hadrians Wall, that is 174 miles, on his BMX bike in just 24 hours. He has been in training for many months now and is sounding confident. We are looking for … Continue reading

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Diverse Lives Project

With our latest project we would like to interview and record some of the stories and experiences of people who grew up affected by¬†LGBT issues. This includes stories and experiences of older LGBT people and also the stories and¬†experiences of … Continue reading

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Family Support Project

Our family support project is now available for parents or young people to access. We can offer confidential services to families from Dundee, Perthshire, Angus or Fife who are affected by child abuse. We do not take referrals but anyone … Continue reading

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Security in our schools

Over this past month we have seen just how varied security in our schools can be. Considering how precious our children are and how we trust them to the education department to keep them safe while they are in school, … Continue reading

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