Peer learning opportunity between What Works Scotland and Jam and Justice Action Research Co-operative (Greater Manchester)
Tuesday 29 May, 13:30, to Thursday 31 May 2018, 12noon, Glasgow
This opportunity, organised by What Works Scotland and the Jam and Justice Action Research Co-operative (ARC) based in Greater Manchester, will offer a range of facilitated peer exchange and learning activities focused on our shared interests and approaches.
Wednesday 20 June 2018, 10am, Glasgow
This workshop is focused deepening our understanding of the experiences and challenges faced by refugees who have resettled in Scotland. It will share the findings from two new What Works Scotland research reports which look at how public services are responding to meeting the needs of refugees and asylum seekers.
Thursday 21 June 2018, 10am, Edinburgh
This seminar will present key What Works Scotland learnings from Evidence to Action projects and practical advice and tools for incorporating the use of evidence in decision-making and public service delivery.
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The potential of community anchor organisations to engage with, lead and challenge the reform of public services in Scotland
A seminar to share our learnings about community anchors and their role in public service reform. It offered space for dialogue, discussion and deliberation on community anchors, the community sector and their relationship to public service reform.
This seminar, run by What Works Scotland in partnership with ScotPHN and NHS Health Scotland, examined issues around changing the balance of spend for emphasis on prevention and to shift the balance of care away from hospitals into social care in the community. It considered the assumptions around disinvestment, and how to measure and realise potential savings in prevention.
NEW! Watch the video! This webinar which was 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.
Taking a Deliberative Approach to Complexity: What can we learn from the Citizens’ Assembly on Brexit?
This seminar examined what we can learn from the experience of holding a Citizens’ Assembly about Brexit and consider the role of participatory processes like this in current decision-making in Scotland.
Watch the video of this event, which shared the findings of an evidence review exploring the intersection between community engagement and equality.
This seminar looked at the role of co-production, its role in reforming public services and how co-production can best be used to help develop sustainable and effective public services. Part of Co-production Week Scotland 2017.
- A life-first approach: What citizens want from support services
- Why Attitudes to Poverty Matter: What the Evidence Says
- Leadership, Collaboration and Public Service Reform – What Works?
- Poverty, schools and inequality: reducing the cost of the school day
- Preventing and mitigating child poverty
- Naomi Eisenstadt lecture – Review of the Life Chances of Young People
- People, Prejudice and Planning: Community-based responses to promoting equality and tackling hate
- Book launch – The People’s Verdict: Adding Informed Citizen Voices to Public Decision-Making
- What works in economic regeneration?
What Works Scotland holds seminars, workshops and conferences to share our research findings and promote discussion. We also organise events with partners.
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