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Lauren Pennycook
Senior Policy & Development Officer and . Former Trustee . All views my own, retweets ≠ endorsements
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What Works Wellbeing 6h
What does a co-production approach look like? Read the blog from on how they support Community Planning Partnerships in to implement outcomes >>
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Alliance4UEvidence 6h
We are increasingly sharing our workspaces and our work plans, but are we all moving forward together on evidence and data? asks read her blog
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Jenn Meilleur Jul 19
What role should government play in helping people feel that they ? Without "...effective, trusting, more human relationship between government and its citizens...the effect of policy interventions will always be limited." via
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Sarah Anderson Jul 19
“our approach to community engagement should contribute to community well-being” | 10 things I've learnt about strengths-based community engagement via
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Rethinking Poverty Jul 18
We want to 'inject some sense of hope for change into a debate which is often defined by what can’t be achieved rather than what can'. on how & are creating a 'network of hope' for planning in local communities.
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 18
Good overview of how the can better align with & use the in event note
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 16
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Hannah Ormston Jul 16
🌳🌲🌳🌲 This week is ! The sees parks and green spaces as a key asset of thriving, flourishing towns.
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Mike Hawking Jul 12
Policies that strengthen local economies can help bridge the Brexit divide - that’s the focus of my piece for & series. It draws on focus groups we’ve done with - more on which soon!
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 11
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Scotland's Towns Jul 11
Check out this interesting blog from at on challenges and support for towns at the UK level, with a shout out to in Dumfries as an example of artists and creativity leading local regeneration:
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 11
Looking forward to the Revealing Unseen Stories From event this evening. Storytelling is an important part of
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Measure of America Jul 10
“What sets the American HDI apart? First, it directly measures well-being… using indicators that most people can agree are central to a good life… health, education, and earnings.” Read more about our work in ’s retrospective series 👇
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Jack Hunter Jul 9
✏️READ: the Stronger Towns Fund could make a difference to the lives of people in some of the most deprived parts of the country - but only if the government is prepared to hand over control to them via
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 9
'Northern Ireland cannot made lasting and genuine progress unless there is economic, social and environmental regeneration that addresses actual need'
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The Economist Jul 8
It's time for a new social contract, says —one based on what he calls “progressive capitalism”
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What Works Wellbeing Jul 8
As it was National Co-Production Week last week we had a bonus blog from on how they support Community Planning Partnerships in to implement a outcomes approach >>
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 8
Over on our we’ve started a - what is the greatest challenge to in ? Help shape our next peer learning event
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Lauren Pennycook Jul 8
Interesting overview of subjective in . Find out more about how is supporting community wellbeing through Community Planning
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Carnegie UK Trust Jul 5
The latest version of the Exchange Magazine was released today! Read article on how a visit to is helping to improve in :
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