Global understanding, enabling change
Glasgow researchers led a project to assess the impact of cuts to local authority budgets and created a toolkit to mitigate negative results. The findings have influenced policy at a national and local government level, inspired public debate and influenced budgetary decision-making.
At Glasgow we work together to understand, and address, the processes that generate inequalities and their profound effects on individuals, communities and populations across the world.
Inequality, deprivation and marginalisation have many causes. In Glasgow, we recognise that a one-size-fits-all answer does not exist, and we work to find appropriate, sustainable solutions.
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For example, our award-winning research and learning programme, GoWell has informed policies and strategies which have directly led to improvements in social regeneration and health outcomes in deprived neighbourhoods and communities.
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Our goal is to support real world change so that everyone can fulfil their potential irrespective of who they are or where they come from.
- Children from deprived areas six times more exposed to tobacco retail
- Glasgow researchers launch Scottish findings of Welfare Conditionality Project
- Funding to UK researchrs to help communities and their river hit by illegal mining
- UofG to help set up Malawi's first dental school
- New research uncovers successes and failures of UK's help for Syrian immigrants
- UofG Professor to chair Scotland's Refugee Integration Partnership and Strategy