Kate Anderson, Policy Officer in Community Resilience Policy, Essential Services and Resilient Communities Unit, Scottish Government talks about her learning from visiting community resilience groups In September last year
In this issue:What did ESS ever do for us?Presentation to Scottish GrantmakersUpcoming event and workshopsNew resourcesR S Macdonald – Building stronger relationships with funded organisations Reflections from 2016/ 17 Evaluation
In this issue:Feeding back the feedback!Threading the Needle to continueUpcoming workshopsInspiring Impact Champions free event – Let’s make it stick NEW learning events and resource for fundersNEW resources on ESS
In this issue:‘Let’s Collaborate’ event plannedWhat we are learning about research from across the UKWhat does TSRF research tell us about co-production?Research updates from our membersMembers evaluate the ForumKeep up
Steven Marwick, ESS’s director, talks about the challenges of evaluating collaborative work I regularly come across words like collaboration and coproduction. Defining these words can be challenging and I won’t attempt
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