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Latest Opinion
 
Duncan Dunlop explains why a decline in young people classed as Neet is good news for some but not for those with additional support needs

 
Pat Armstrong believes the Big Lottery Fund should be looking for ways to support third sector leaders in its new programmes

 
Alison Todd from Children 1st on the lessons we can learn from the Rolf Harris case

 
Sanne Velthuis believes the truth about real poverty is hidden beneath the latest government statistics and much more must be done to tackle the issue

 
Malcolm Streatfield explains why Scottish charities need to plan well ahead of their auto-enrolment date

 
Matt Forde argues that the conviction of Rolf Harris reminds us how important it is to work together to protect our children

 
Robert Black argues that housing benefit reform can make a real difference to quality of life

 
Nigel Henderson considers what the third sector is doing right as Care Inspectorate results show it's leading in care home provision

 
John Dickie explains why cuts affecting the poorest members of our society risk adding £6bn to the public spending bill

 
Carole Ewart, coordinator of the Human Rights Consortium Scotland, is celebrating 30 years working on human rights