Involving Children and Families: Pathways to Participation in Child Poverty Planning in Glasgow

Published on: 
13 October 2021

There is a recognised need for children, young people and families with experience of poverty to be active participants in planning to tackle the drivers of child poverty. Glasgow has a long history of involving children and families in planning, but meaningful participation requires thoughtful planning and adequate resource as well as a clear understanding of what helps families get involved and what might stand in their way.

This blog was written by CPAG's Glasgow Child Poverty Coordinator Anna Baillie and reflects on experiences in Glasgow and what others might be able to learn from the process there. You can read the full blog here: