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Delivering Equally Safe Impact Report April 2022 – September 2022

The Delivering Equally Safe (DES) team at Inspiring Scotland have released a new report on the impact of funded activity tackling gender-based violence (GBV) between April 2022-September 2022.

During the six-month period 23,439 people affected by GBV received frontline support from funded organisations and 27,541 people engaged in awareness raising and education sessions.

The report highlights key learnings from 121 funded projects delivering activity throughout Scotland. It has a particular focus on policy areas including:

  • Domestic Abuse
  • Specialist and Targeted GBV Support
  • Honour-Based Abuse and support for BME People
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Intimate Image Abuse
  • CEDAR
  • Safe and Together
  • Commercial Sexual Exploitation
  • Primary Prevention
28.04.2017

14:19 Fund Report 2013

2013 was a significant year for Inspiring Scotland’s 14:19 Fund. It marked the half way point in this ten year fund, which has delivered its strongest performance to date. It has achieved greater social impact, year on year since its launch in January 2009 and has supported over 12,000 disadvantaged young people across Scotland  into

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10.05.2021

Completing Your Application Online: Video and Transcription Slide 1 – Introduction Hello! My name’s Gemma, and I’m a member of the Equality and Human Rights Fund team here at Inspiring Scotland. This video will provide some technical guidance for completing the online form. Please complete the form in Word first, then copy and paste your

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30.10.2023

Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Fund Update Report – September 2023

This update from our Perinatal and Infant Mental Health (PIMH) fund follows the stories of families who have been supported by the partner charities. These stories highlight the kind, compassionate approach and life changing impact that the third sector has on families and babies, and shows how the work which is being delivered helps to

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