We have all seen illustrations of the ‘ladder of participation’ and similar ideas. This Flickr page by someone called Tim Bonnemann gathers together lots and lots of them.
The Centre for Health Policy at the University of Strathclyde recently completed a participatory research project on the right to health, with peer researchers from the Glasgow Homelessness Network and the Mental Health Foundation. The project arose from a recognition … Continue reading
A report is available from Glasgow’s Healthier Future Forum 18: ‘Perspectives on Place’ which took place on 23 November 2016.
SOLACE Scotland and the Improvement Service have launched the Local Government Innovation Exchange, a website showcasing work by Scottish local authorities. It features over 150 case studies which show how the projects have improved outcomes for local people, reduced costs … Continue reading
The Equality Trust (set up a few years ago to follow up on Wilkinson and Pickett’s ‘The Spirt Level’) has launched a new affiliation scheme for organisations and groups who share their vision of a fairer, better UK. They welcome … Continue reading
The Knowledge Translation Network publication “Evidence from Elsewhere: Gathering, analysing and using other people’s evidence” is packed with lots of tips and advice useful for anyone undertaking a review of secondary evidence, in other words… other people’s evidence.