This partnership event with Carnegie UK Trust and the University of Edinburgh discused the findings of the What Do Citizens Want? research on how support services fit into people’s day to day lives.
The What Do Citizens Want? research explores how support services fit into people’s day to day lives and what makes people’s lives meaningful. It links with other work from Carnegie UK Trust (CUKT) on kindness and on the enabling state.
The event was chaired by Jen Wallace, Head of Policy at Carnegie UK Trust.
- a presentation on The Power of Kindness by Julia Unwin, Carnegie Fellow
- the So, What do Citizens Want? video
- a discussion on the process and key findings.
These was followed by group discussions tackling the question ‘What does it mean in your work?’ using the findings of the What Do Citizens Want? research.
Dr Oliver Escobar, What Works Scotland and University of Edinburgh, gave the closing remarks.
- Monday 27 November 2017
- Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
- See the What Do Citizens Want? research
- Read a blog by Rebekah Menzies, Policy and Development Officer, Carnegie UK Trust, about the launch of the research
Pleasure to work with @OliverEscobar @WWScot @EdinburghUni on What Do Citizens Want! Some reflections from last week’s launch event in our new blog https://t.co/N5dSRfAYNY #Services4Citizens pic.twitter.com/JKZWqNpKs9
— Carnegie UK Trust (@CarnegieUKTrust) December 7, 2017
Great blog post about our recent event ‘What do citizens want?’ co-hosted by @CarnegieUKTrust and @WWScot -launching the insightful report by @Jenny_Carnegie exploring #Services4Citizens: https://t.co/Y2xWmzKySS
— CitizenParticipation (@OliverEscobar) December 8, 2017
— Jennifer Wallace (@Jen_CarnegieUK) December 6, 2017