Read the latest blog from What Works Scotland
- WWS co-director joins national Digital Communications Programme Board July 28, 2016
- Aberdeenshire Collaborative Learning Day report published June 29, 2016
- Place-based approaches: new Improvement Service report April 28, 2016
- WWS launches M.Phil/Ph.D (PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP) April 19, 2016
SEMINAR - Locked Out, Locked In: Young people, adulthood and desistance from crime Edinburgh: Tuesday 7th June: 3-5pm Briege Nugent presents findings from a qualitative study of young people living in poverty, providing unique insight into their lives...........Read more
- RT @theGCPH: Booking now open for @GlasgowDOD - come and see our office in Bridgeton's historic Olympia building! #GlasgowDOD https://t.co/C8xGLWOjWd, Aug 25
- RT @ChrisChapmanGla: Exciting opportunity for early career research fellow secondment with @attainmentscot contact: email@example.com for further details, Aug 25
What Works Scotland is a new initiative to improve the way local areas in Scotland use evidence to make decisions about public service development and reform. We are working with specific Community Planning Partnerships involved in the design and delivery of public services.
Our work is focussing on case study areas. A further nine areas are working with us to enhance learning, comparison and sharing. We will also link with international partners to effectively compare how public services are delivered here in Scotland and elsewhere.
Evidence Reviews and Briefing Papers, Literature Reviews, Working Papers, Think Pieces and Publications by WWS partners.
If you have a specific query about this project please contact the What Works Scotland Manager Lynda Frazer.
Email: Lynda.Frazer@glasgow.ac.uk or telephone: 0141 330 8587