The Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities works with people and their families to ensure they can use effective services, play a fuller part in communities and society, and enjoy equal rights. It develops projects and services that can be copied across the UK. The Foundation aims to ensure that people with learning disabilities are supported in living as active citizens in the community, with real choices.
The Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) in Scotland works for a just and integrated Scotland, where diversity is valued.
It uses both persuasion and powers under the law to give everyone an equal chance to live free from fear, discrimination, prejudice and racism.
The Cochrane Collaboration is an international non-profit and independent organisation dedicated to making up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of healthcare readily available worldwide. It produces and disseminates systematic reviews of healthcare interventions and promotes the search for evidence in the form of clinical trials and other studies of interventions.
Chipmunkapublishing is the world's first mental health publisher. 95% of their titles are written by people with mental health issues.
Other titles include anthologies, carers' stories and academic texts. Chipmunkapublishing aims to eliminate the humiliation that people with mental illness feel.
The School Food Trust website was established by the Department for Education and Skills in September 2005. Formerly known as the School Food Trust, we started our work in 2005 and became a registered charity in 2006.
Its remit is to transform school food and food skills, promote the education and health of children and young people and improve the quality of food in schools.
This website, a collaboration between the Open University and the BBC, looks at family and child development. As parents can testify, children grow at a startling pace. Their development is a complex and intriguing subject. How do children grasp right from wrong? How do they perceive men and women? What do siblings add to the mix?
Cross-government website for drug professionals and anyone interested in the national drug strategy.
In December 2002, the Government launched the Updated Drug Strategy 2002. This built upon, and adapted the Government's Drug Strategy Tackling Drugs to Build a Better Britain, launched in 1998. Aiming to reduce the harm that drugs cause to society - communities, individuals and their families - the Drug Strategy has four main elements: young people, reducing supply, communities, treatment.
This resource is part of BBC 4's Woman's Hour website. It is a timeline of women's history. Each decade from 1900 to 1999 is represented and includes a list of key events for each decade.
Users can click on a key event to find out more about what happened and can also select the LISTEN icons to hear interviews and special archive content about the period.
This site provides an access point to information relating to all civil and criminal courts within Scotland, including the Court of Session, the High Court of Justiciary, the Sheriff Courts and a number of other courts, commissions and tribunals as well the District Courts.
The information includes location details, contact numbers, advice and details of recent significant judgements. The site also provides information about some parts of the Scottish Executive Justice Department.
respectme, Scotland's Anti-Bullying Service was launched in March 2007. This organisation works with all adults who have a role to play in the lives of children and young people to give them the practical skills and confidence to deal with bullying behaviour, where it occurs.