Links to book your place at the next TSRF conference – Talking ethics taking place on 8th February 2022 are included in this newsletter. Learn more about the programme and choose which parallel session you want to attend.
From 2017-21, ESS ran an evaluation and learning support contract for grantholders of The National Lottery Community Fund (TNLCF) in Scotland. This report has headline lessons about Providing grantholder support
We’ve been delighted to work alongside Scotland’s Third Sector Interfaces (TSIs) to understand the roles TSIs played during the Covid-19 pandemic. This important report identifies the types of activities undertaken
We all want to ‘do’ research well and ensure that as we find out the answer to our questions we don’t upset or harm those that we work with, those we interview and involve in the research or ourselves. It all sounds easy but when it comes to practice sometimes its easy to fall foul of best practice without really realising. Read this blog about TSRF new guide to applying ethical research principles.
In this newsletter see our newest TSRF resource ‘TSRF guide to applying ethical research principles’, our plans for this year’s work, news about Public Health Scotland Covid-19 research repository and how Corra supports research. and member’s updates.
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