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Safer Communities Awards 2016
The Scottish Community Safety Network is pleased to announce the Safer Communities Awards 2016. Voting is now open for the People's Choice Awards.
Member’s Services and CPD Development Officer vacancy
The CLD Standards Council wish to recruit an experienced CLD practitioner to work in this exciting new role.
Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan consultation
Cairngorms National Park Authority are consulting on the key issues to be addressed in the next National Park Partnership Plan 2017-2022.
Read the latest PB Scotland Event Reports
PB Scotland attends participatory budgeting events around Scotland, capturing the energy and learning at each event through a range of media, including photos, videos and interviews.
Social Impact Pledge – what does it mean for your community?
Find out how your community can benefit from the Social Impact Pledge, a Scottish Government initiative aimed at increasing the social impact of public sector organisations across Scotland.
SCDC survey on participation requests
As part of our role helping to facilitate consultation around part 3 of the Community Empowerment Act (on participation requests), we are inviting community groups and networks, and people who work with communities, to give us their views.
SCDC Community Empowerment Act guidance and regulations consultation responses
SCDC has submitted our responses to the recent Scottish Government consultations on the guidance and regulations for the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act. Read the key points or download the full responses.
Video: What is community capacity building?
This video describes what it means to support communities to achieve the changes they want to see
Community Choices Fund
Applications are now open for a new £2 million fund giving communities the opportunity to vote on how money is spent in their area.
Scottish Justice Matters: Hooray for Communities
Can we learn from community development experience as we develop new approaches to community justice? This is the question asked by an article written by Fiona Garven, Director of SCDC and Justina Murray, Chief Officer of South West Scotland Community Justice Authority.