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Research about 3rd sector (TSRF resources)

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This page has evidence papers and other resources that are produced by the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum. 

For more information about the Forum please click here.

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To publish or not to publish? NEW

This infographic is a quick access to some of the challenges of publishing third sector evidence in an academic journal ...

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Top tips to communicate research effectively (infographic) 2016

This infographic was produced by the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum (TSRF) to help third sector organisations communicate their research ...

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Top tips to use research from other UK jurisdictions or countries (infographic)

This infographic was produced by the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum (TSRF) to help third sector organisations use research produced ...

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Evidencing genuine co-production in the third sector

This is a useful resource that offers practical lessons that can be used to inform policy and improve practice around ...

The benefits of inclusive volunteering (2015)

This evidence paper by Volunteer Scotland with the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum brings together evidence of the benefits of ...

Third Sector Partnership Compass (2016)

This is a useful resource to help you navigate through partnerships.

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Why involve the Third Sector in Health and Social Care deliver (2011)

An evidence paper produced by the Scottish Government with the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum. The paper explores, through a ...

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Why involve the third sector in reducing re-offending (2012)

The third sector plays a key role in the delivery of criminal justice services that reduce reoffending. This paper looks ...

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