The Glasgow Centre for Population Health has published new research into asset-based approaches in services, plus two infographics.
A new resource book (32 page pdf, 8.3MB). ‘Sustainable Livelihoods: An assets based organisational evaluation tool for small voluntary and community groups’ provides materials and exercises to help small community groups and voluntary organisations to reflect on their work and … Continue reading
A new book examines the role and development of asset-based approaches across three key policy areas in Scotland today. The book is written by Fiona Garven, SCDC, Jennifer McLean, Glasgow Centre for Population Health & Lisa Pattoni, Iriss and published by … Continue reading
A new public health strategy will be drawn up to help to focus efforts to make Scotland a healthier place. The new strategy is one of the recommendations from the public health review, commissioned by the Scottish Government. The strategy … Continue reading
In a blog, Cormac Russell, Director of ABCD Europe, and a leading proponent of the approach in Scotland clarifies his views: “ABCD … is not a model. You can’t therefore throw it at people as a means of getting them … Continue reading
This report published by Glasgow Centre for Population Health presents and discusses new ways of thinking about the development and nature of asset-based approaches in community and systems settings. It presents the lessons from Animating Assets, an action research and … Continue reading