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  • Help with Evaluation

    Are you keen to learn and apply new approaches to how you monitor and evaluate? Do you want to show people what your organisation can do? Support in these areas is available from Community Food and Health Scotland. Click on the heading for more details (posted 17th November 2011)

  • SCDC submission to Local Government and Regeneration Committee

    SCDC is pleased to have been invited to submit evidence to the Local Government and Regeneration Committee call for evidence on the Spending Review 2011 and Draft Budget 2012-13. Click on the heading above for more

  • Are you thinking about local outcomes? Are those setting local outcomes thinking about you?

    With the assistance of the Scottish Community Development Centre, Community Food and Health (Scotland) are looking for your experience of local outcomes. Read more...

  • CHEX-Point turns 40!

    The quarterly newsletter of CHEX reaches it's 40th issue in a new online format. Read more

  • Action Research launch event!

    Monday 28 November 2011 - Launch of a new guide Action Research in the Community (ARC) from Scottish Community Development Centre and Education Scotland - with examples and findings from the Scottish Natural Heritage action research programme People and nature: learning through doing.

  • Tackling Scotland's Drink and Drug Culture - What Next?

    The Centre for Confidence and Wellbeing is holding an event on the on the 3rd of October in Edinburgh focusing on future approaches to tackling Scotland’s drugs and alcohol culture. Click to read more…

  • It's European Citizen Participation Week!

    19-25 September is European Citizen Participation week.

  • SCDC & CHEX to be partners in European network for community development

    SCDC has been awarded funding through the Grundtvig programme of the European Commission to take part in a network for community development with marginalised social groups. Read more...

  • The Scottish Government's Programme for 2011-2012

    The Scottish Government has set out its priorities for 2011-12 in 'Renewing Scotland: The Government's Programme for Scotland 2011-2012'. The programme refers to the Christie Commission on the Future Delivery of Public Services in Scotland, and the Government prioritises preventative approaches, working with local communities and community capacity building. Click to read more.

  • Community Learning & Development Managers Scotland (CLDMS) report on Changes to CLD in Scotland

    Community Learning & Development Managers Scotland (CLDMS) has produced a report that looks at how local authorities’ provision of CLD services may be changing in 2011/12 in the light of pressures both for spending reductions and to contribute to achieving national priorities.

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