What Works Scotland is organising three final free conferences to share the findings of our research on public service reform.
What Works Scotland co-director Peter Craig has contributed to new evaluation support materials for health and wellbeing professionals.
A new book on action research includes a chapter by two What Works Scotland research associates, drawing on the collaborative action research projects with community planning partnerships in Scotland.
A chapter in a new book about participatory budgeting world-wide examines how PB relates to public sector reform, community empowerment and social justice in Scotland.
What Works Scotland has launched the second nationwide survey of people working in community planning in Scotland.
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.
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.
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.
What Works Scotland research associate Dr Claire Bynner presented the keynote address at Stronger Communities, the Perth and Kinross Community Planning Conference, on Wednesday 15 November 2017.
Power, health and social justice is the focus for the next event in the Healthier Futures Forum, organised by Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) with a short presentation on How power inequalities shape policy conversations from What Works Scotland co-director Oliver Escobar.