Guide for agencies and information providers on how to build and make websites and other e-communication which are user-friendly and accessible for disabled people.
Website of Action on Addiction, a charity which works to reduce the problem of addiction through providing research, treatment, family support, education and training.
Website of the Scottish Adoption Association, a charity which provides information, counselling and support for anybody who has adopted, been adopted or is interested in adoption.
The Stop Violence Against Women website (STOPVAW) is a forum for information, advocacy and change. Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights developed this website as a tool for the promotion of women's human rights in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Mongolia, and the U.N. Protectorate of Kosovo. STOPVAW was developed with support from and in consultation with the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) and the Open Society Institute's Network Women's Program.
The Lilias Graham Trust is a charity which provides a unique Residential Support and Assessment Service for families with children. It helps parents understand their children's needs and enable them to meet those needs. Attachment-based play therapy is closely aligned with intensive support and experiential learning for parents in day-to-day parenting and nurturing tasks with their children. Parents’ own needs are acknowledged and supported in this process.
Website of the SCLC which provides information and advice on all matters relating to the law and children's rights.
Website of Scottish Disability Sport, a charity concerned with promoting and encouraging the participation of disabled people in sport.
Website of the Child Poverty Action Group, the campaigning charity dedicated to the eradication of child poverty in the UK.
Children in Scotland is the national agency for voluntary, statutory and professional organisations and individuals working with children and their families in Scotland. Children in Scotland is a unique forum for sharing and exchanging skills and expertise, combining knowledge and experience to make Scotland a better place for all children and young people.
This area of the BBC's website focuses on issues of religion and ethics. This resource provides an introduction to Sikhism, including its historical background, customs, beliefs, worship, features and subdivisions.