How Regional Economic Partnerships play a crucial role in tackling health inequalities in Scotland
Jo Winterbottom, Organisational Lead for Regional Economies and Health at Public Health Scotland, shares her reflections on two years embedded in Glasgow City Region Programme Management Office
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The impact of Inclusive Growth on gender equality in Scotland
There has been a substantial amount of research on the ability of an inclusive growth strategy to address social and economic inequalities whilst also pursuing sustainable economic growth. Despite this, the majority of research fails to fully consider how gender inequality impacts participation.
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Making Inclusive Growth work for Scotland - IPPR
In a new report published by SHRED, we explore questions around Inclusive Growth to find tangible lessons for policymakers and practitioners across Scotland.
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Report: making Inclusive Growth work for Scotland
Since 2015 inclusive growth has been central to plans for Scotland's economic development. But what does it mean, what does it look like, and – most importantly – how can we ensure that is translated from a promising theory into meaningful change?
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How City Region Deals are investing in digital skills to create Inclusive Growth
The Data Skills Gateway is responding to a changing world where data literacy is becoming an important tool for us all.
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Midnight in Edinburgh with Adam Smith
Sarah Longlands, Chief Executive of the Centre for Local Economic Strategies, reflects on some key priorities for building a fairer economy through Community Wealth Building.
Wealth for the nation: advancing Community Wealth Building
At a time when all nations face unprecedented challenges of climate crisis, global economic instability and a cost of living crisis, a progressive bold and brave national economic policy response is required.
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A river runs through it - the grand challenge of the Clyde Mission
The Clyde Mission is rooted in the idea of the Clyde as a national strategic asset and we are therefore focussed on the specific advantages, opportunities and challenges provided by the river and surrounding land.
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Ambitious plans to build an inclusive future
The definition of economic success is changing. Successful nations no longer seek only to create wealth; they distribute wealth so that success and happiness is shared by everyone – this is the very definition of inclusive growth.
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Attracting talent and supporting skills to build Inclusive Growth
It’s no secret that the Scottish construction industry needs more workers. Employers, however, need support to allow them to take on more apprentices and staff – particularly in the face of Brexit-related uncertainty.
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Ayrshire Inclusive Growth Action Plan
The £250m Ayrshire Growth Deal (AGD) will provide much-needed momentum to propel economic growth across the area - but this will need to be supported by mainstream public sector expenditure and private sector investment if the gap between the Ayrshire economy and Scotland’s is to be reduced.
Business and Inclusive Growth
The role of business in supporting the delivery of inclusive growth was the focus for the second meeting of the Regional Inclusive Growth Research Network Event (RIGRN).