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Health reform quietly gathers pace
Behind the headlines progress is being made in implementing the flagship Transforming Your Care programme, Scope reports.
Why Bryson should be heard in public
Scope editor Nick Garbutt argues that the decision to hold part of the Finance Committee's Nama investigation in private is a subversion of democracy.
If Stormont falls we'll all be the worst for it
The current political crisis is having unexpected consequences, Scope reports.
Women and dealing with the past
A report released this week says we need to better provide for female victims in order to address the legacy of conflict. Scope looks at its suggestions.
Behind the scenes at Sunday Sequence
Scope meets Seamus Boyd, the driving force behind Radio Ulster’s flagship Sunday Sequence show.
Can slavery be defeated?
Forced labour remains a global scourge. Scope went along to a Law Centre NI conference and spoke with Kevin Hyland, UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and former top cop at the Met, about what can be done.
Refugees, migrants and Ireland
Scope editor Nick Garbutt reflects on the refugee crisis and looks back at Ireland's history of migration
Every Lidl helps: helping charities can be super marketing for businesses
Following the announcement of a new Lidl scheme to fund community groups across Northern Ireland, Scope asks whether partnerships between the voluntary and private sectors are a world of untapped potential.
Sector faces massive job losses, survey claims
Scope reports on the latest threat to community and voluntary sector funding
Did the IRA go away?
Are there any politicians and commentators who seriously did not know that the IRA still existed?
Time to make the most of the welfare crisis
Even if an under-pressure Iain Duncan Smith is forced from the cabinet his recent policies are set to run and run, writes Ian James Parsley. They have popular support and this is unlikely to change.
Shroud education: sharing and the future
Shared Education is the big new thing for helping society come together and improving schooling. But what are we supposed to expect?
Will the BBC get blown away by the gathering storm?
Just how serious is the threat to the BBC posed by the Westminster government and should we be worried about it?