What Works Scotland co-director Ken Gibb reflects on a What Works Scotland event in Clydebank Town Hall, where 40 people from the public and voluntary sectors, plus a few academics and councillors took part in considering Community-led Approaches to Reducing Poverty.

Author: Ken Gibb, What Works Scotland

Date: 26 September 2016

The workshop focused on reviewing the evidence and practice concerning community-led approaches to reducing poverty. It also showcased work done by researchers on behalf of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Also in attendance was a speaker from the Glasgow Centre for Population Health who presented information about demographics and the dimensions of poverty, contrasting Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire, and the value of bespoke community profiles.

Read the post on the What Works Scotland blog