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New revised National Standards for Community Engagement launched
The new revised National Standards for Community Engagement were launched on Thursday 29th September 2016 by Kevin Stewart MSP in Kelty Community Centre in Fife.
Opportunity to influence the development of a collaborative learning plan on health inequalities
Take this survey to share your views - open until 12th October.
Register your interest: International PB Conference 2016
Across two days, the International PB Conference 2016 will explore how we can advance, promote and celebrate the progress of PB in Scotland, the UK and internationally.
Not long left to nominate for the SURF awards
The deadline for nominating projects for the 2016 SURF Awards for Best Practice in Community Regeneration is fast approaching 19th September 2016.
Community Development for Sustainable Development: European Conference - Glasgow Scotland, November 8th 2016
Placing Community Development values and practices at the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals will be th theme for this conference.
Improving access to learning about community development practice - your chance to get involved
Take part in this review of the Scottish Vocational Qualifications (SVQs) in Community Development Work - a chance to make sure that the content of the qualifications is relevant, to raise awareness and to improve the links with other learning and development opportunities
Co-production Week Scotland 2016 - Get involved!
As we build up to the week, we're looking for everyone who is passionate about co-production to get involved in this campaign taking place across Scotland.
Social Attitudes Survey: Support for co-producing local services
The 2015 Scottish Social Attitudes Survey has found an overwhelming desire for local people to be involved in the design and delivery of their public services.
Community Development Manager (Secondment) - The Gannochy Trust
The Gannochy Trust are seeking an enabler and a facilitator who is passionate about people and communities and who is able to support the potential of individuals and groups, identifying gaps and barriers and supporting tenants, groups and organisations to take action.
Scottish Government’s 10 year vision to transform mental health.
Health Scotland and Young Scot are hosting 4 half day interactive engagement events across Scotland to gather views and help with your own responses to the Scottish Government’s 10 year vision to transform mental health.