In this section you’ll find evaluation reports, policy documents and think pieces focused on the following topics:
- place-based approaches
- asset-based approaches
- collaboration and collaborative methods
This report outlines the work to date of the Getting There: Maddiston and Rumford project. The aim of this work was to explore with local people how they feel about the area they live in,
At the Maddiston and Rumford FEAST event we launched the findings of a community survey that we conducted in the local area. Towards the end of 2016, Maddiston Community Council and Iriss, with a range
A report from Public Health England to support healthcare professionals in their role to commission and deliver integrated services to local populations.
Written by Nick Bland (Co-Director, What Works Scotland) and Cathy Sharp (Director, Research for Real), this report provides an overview of the collaborative approach taken to designing the Enabling Pioneer Programme. It uses a 'learning
This report from the Improvement Service provides an overview of the current practice of place-based approaches in Scotland across 27 local authority areas and also details the general literature on place-based approaches. The document includes
Link Up, a programme of work from Inspiring Scotland, increases opportunities for people in communities to come together, get to know different people, participate and help each other. Link Up focuses on people as contributors.