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Published by Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

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Susan Smith

Posts by Susan Smith

Campaigns Manager, SCVO
Susan Smith is campaigns manager for the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations. She has worked as a journalist for twenty years across a range of publications including Which, The Scotsman and the Edinburgh Evening News.

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New abuse revelations are horrific, but aid agencies are making changes and can be trusted to improve says Scotland’s International Development Alliance

Susan Smith is sceptical about the pulling power of OSCR's open board meetings but believes charities should consider following its lead anyway

People hoping to see Susan Calman at this year's Edinburgh Fringe have just one chance at this year's Big Brain Cancer Benefit

Save the Children and UNHCR 2001 report highlighted major concerns about sexual abuse of children in west African refugee camps

The Church of Scotland has voted against plans to divest its £443m portfolio from oil and gas companies

Top entrepreneur Richard Branson surprised Scotland's Virgin Startup Business of the Year finalists at a mentoring session

New research from Scotland's charity regulator suggests negative media stories have not affected public trust

Changing Faces say youngsters with a disfigurement are struggling with a very hostile school environment

Campaign is calling for the limit on how much society lotteries can raise in a year to increase from £10m to £100m

Vulnerable children who don't get access to support quickly are ending up struggling with far bigger problems later in life