Hannah Wheatley from the New Economics Foundation introduces the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, launched in June 2015 by the What Works Network as a government-funded initiative aiming to enable stakeholders to access evidence on wellbeing.
As chief researcher at the Scottish Government, Zoe Ferguson was instrumental in establishing What Works Scotland. in June 2015 she reflected on the journey so far.
What Works Scotland co-director Dr Sarah Morton writes in January 2017 about the processes involved in setting up an evidence bank which allows public and voluntary sector partners to access existing research evidence to help decision-making.
Blog about a project which examines how evidence is being used in West Dunbartonshire to make decisions and how it could be made more useful for community planning partners and local communities.