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Funder news – September 2017

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

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ESS Summer Newsletter 2017

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

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TSRF Summer Newsletter 2017

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

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April update 2017 – ESS is recruiting trustees

Would you like to shape ESS’s future?  Do you have a passion for evaluation and a few hours a month to spare? We are recruiting new trustees to join our board. View

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ESS Spring Newsletter 2017

In this issueThreading the Needle comes to an endUpcoming w orkshopsEvidence from Elsew here – new guide publishedCatch up w ith the Scottish Third Sector Research Forum New resource for

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TSRF Spring Newsletter 2017

In this issue:Evidence from Elsewhere guide – newly publishedAnother ‘Let’s Collaborate’ event planned – Save the dateResearch updates from our membersKeep up with the Forum View this newsletter here.

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ESS February update

In this issue we discuss launch of new publication: Evidence from Elsewhere, upcoming workshops and help complete the picture of third sector volunteering in health. View the update here.

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ESS Winter Newsletter 2017

In this issue:Tell us w hat you think about usUpcoming w orkshopsThreading the NeedleEvaluating PreventionNew resources on our w ebsite New publications from Scottish Third Sector Research Forum Goodbye Tom! View