Three new Trustees announced
Campbell Robb, Dr Ligia Teixeira and Donald Workman have joined The Robertson Trust's Board of Trustees.
Mentoring update from a Robertson Scholar
This Q&A with Robertson Scholar Katie Gibson gives a glimpse of her relationship with her mentor on our Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) Career Pathway.
Capacity building with the Social Enterprise Academy
Find out more about SEA's blended learning programme, which offers opportunities for self-directed learning, facilitator-led learning and group coaching.
A coronavirus message from our chair
In this personal blog, our chair, Shonaig Macpherson, talks about the Trust's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Implications of Covid-19 for youth work
Mark McGeachie, Head of Partnerships and Sustainability at Youth Scotland, writes a guest blog on the implications of the pandemic for youth work.
Bringing your work to life with a great case study
Nothing brings work to life like a great case study. Funding Manager Karin Earl takes a look at a recent real-life example from one of our funded organisation and breaks down what made it stand out to our Giving Team.
Systems change: Exploring the new world
People today face complex problems that require bold and creative solutions at a systems level. But what does system change look like, and what role can funders play in supporting it?
Hosting a Robertson Scholar
Mike Buchan, Office Manager at real estate firm JLL in Glasgow, talks about his experience of hosting Robertson Scholars for their summer internships. Two former interns reflect on their experiences helped to shape their future careers.
Hard Edges Scotland: a first-hand account of lived experience
As part of our #HardEdgesScotland blog series, this guest blog has been written by someone with lived experience of severe and multiple disadvantage.
New conversations about severe and multiple disadvantage
Following the launch of Hard Edges Scotland, Lankelly Chase Director, Cathy Stancer, has written a guest blog looking at the options for taking the conversation forward.
Hard Edges Scotland launches today
Important new research commissioned by Lankelly Chase and The Robertson Trust and authored by Heriot-Watt University looks at the complexity of the lives of people facing multiple disadvantage in Scotland.