BITC Scotland highlights importance of Scotland becoming a Good Food Nation at Holyrood event

The event forms part of the Food for Thought Programme, a partnership between Education Scotland, Scottish Government and BITC Scotland.

The programme was established in 2013 and supports schools with their food education plans which has significant wider impacts on their learning outcomes. Since being created, almost a thousand schools have benefited from this partnership.

Race at Work: New Government backed survey launched

Business in the Community has launched an updated version of its 2015 Race at Work survey, supported by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). A launch event in central London, marks the one-year anniversary of the publication of the McGregor-Smith Review of race in the workplace, which found that if Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) talent is fully utilised, the economy could receive a £24bn boost each year.

Groundbreaking research launches today

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In the UK, 3.7 million children, 30% of the total number of children, live in poverty. Evidence shows that young people who grow up in poverty are less likely to succeed, at school and then at work.