Video: Changing Lives, Delivering Success: Turning Ambition into Action

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Building on the successful 2014 conference, Scottish Government and a range of partners organised a national Community Planning conference for 2015. The aim of the conference was to share good practice, explore new ideas and identify practical solutions to overcome barriers in tackling the key themes of economic development, tackling inequalities and fostering community empowerment. This video […]

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Implementation of Locality Arrangements

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This paper and self-evaluation checklist is intended to complement the Localities Guidance that was published by the Scottish Government in July 2015, which sets out what localities are for, the principles upon which they should be established and the ethos under which they operate. This paper is focused on identifying the key issues that the […]

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Pop-up event – National Conversation on a healthier Scotland, 4 August 2015

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The Health and Social Care Alliance are hosting a pop up Conversation Café with Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport, Shona Robison MSP hosted in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy.  This pop up café will be held in the Tayside Deaf Hub, Dundee on 4 August 2015, 9.30am – 12noon. This is […]

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Participation Week Report

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Participation Week was a series of events run by the Scottish Government from June 8 to 12. It was a chance for all of us involved in public services across sectors to learn together about how we involve people more in the development and delivery of policies and services and think about the impact that can make. […]

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Edinburgh – Live Well in Later Life interactive map

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An interactive map which shows older people’s services and activities in Edinburgh has been launched. The project is a collaboration between EVOC and City of Edinburgh Council.  It is part of the European URBACT Healthy Ageing Project which looks at innovative approaches to healthy ageing. It uses Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to create ‘heat maps’ […]

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