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This seminar will share our learnings about community anchors and their role in public service reform. It will offer space for dialogue, discussion and deliberation on community anchors, the community sector and their relationship to public service reform.
Peer learning opportunity, organised by What Works Scotland and the Jam and Justice Action Research Collective (ARC) based in Greater Manchester, offering a range of facilitated peer exchange and learning activities focused on our shared interests and approaches.
This webinar – an online seminar – is an opportunity to learn more about the findings from the first ever Community Planning Officials Survey and discuss what it means for community planning work, public service reform and community empowerment.
Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland will receive £2 million of funding as part of the Scottish Government’s plans to address child poverty. The programme is an innovative collaboration between What Works Scotland, Policy Scotland and Glasgow Centre for Population Health.
This seminar, run by What Works Scotland in partnership with ScotPHN and NHS Health Scotland, will examine issues around changing the balance of spend to emphasise prevention and to shift the balance of care away from hospitals into social care in the community. It will consider the assumptions around disinvestment, and how to measure and realise potential savings in prevention.
What Work Scotland researchers are undertaking a small research project into policy implementation and third sector-state relations focussing on the Scottish Government’s introduction of Participation Requests as part of the Community Empowerment Act.
Report and case studies co-produced by Aberdeenshire Community Planning Partnership and What Works Scotland, which discuss areas of emerging policy and practice as the CPP explores ‘putting Christie into action’ and opportunities arising from the Community Empowerment Act.
2018 is the last year for What Works Scotland so we’ll be focused on drawing together the findings from the different strands of our work and spreading the word about what’s been learnt about collaborative public service reform.
This seminar examined what we can learn from the experience of holding a Citizens’ Assembly about Brexit and considered the role of participatory processes like this in current decision-making in Scotland.