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Scottish Government/Comic Relief - 'Levelling the Field' Funding

7 Aug 2020

2020 is the 8th year of partnership between Comic Relief and the Scottish Government. Together, they have supported organisations across the UK, Bangladesh and Sub-Saharan Africa to improve social inclusion, empower women and girls, support vulnerable children and young people and improve living conditions for people living in slums. Comic Relief developed the first ‘Levelling the Field’ initiative in 2017 in partnership with the Scottish Government and the UK Treasury, to support and amplify the role that sport can play in the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 5: Gender Equality. Last week, the scheme called for applications for grants for Levelling the Playing Field II.

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Scottish Government publishes UN Sustainable Development Goal report:

4 Aug 2020

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SMP vacancy: Youth and Schools Officer

30 Jul 2020

We're recruiting! Join our team as a Youth and Schools Officer

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Malawi Presidential election: a victory for good governance, the constitution and the rule of law

29 Jun 2020

The Scotland Malawi Partnership congratulates Dr Lazarus Chakwera on his victory in the re-run Presidential election, and welcomes his commitment to democracy, justice and inclusivity.

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SMP opposes merging of DFID and FCO

16 Jun 2020

We are sorely disappointed the UK Government is merging DFID and the FCO. Both are outstanding departments but we believe they must remain independent to remain effective and relevant. This will undermine the UK's international development work and #GlobalBritain.

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Black Lives Matter: Scotland, Malawi and the fight against racism

11 Jun 2020

The SMP's statement on Black Lives Matter

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Covid-19 member-to-member communications platform launched

3 Jun 2020

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The SMP Youth Committee is recruiting!

28 May 2020

Find out how to apply to be a member on the Youth Committee and hear from one of Committee members on why they think you should be involved.

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