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Public Service Performance 2018

In this briefing the performance of Irish public services is examined though the evidence provided by three recently published reports, in comparison with the rest of the OECD.

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Swift Read: Scottish Local Governance Review – the state of play

A review of local governance in Scotland has been underway for some 12 months now and it aims to consider how powers, responsibilities and resources are shared across national and local spheres of government including with communities.

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Resilience – Exploring ACEs and Human Rights at Declaration Festival

Join this screening of ‘Resilience’ as part of Declaration Festival 2018. The must-see film ‘Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope’ is a trail-blazing documentary looking at the links between Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and poor health/disease. This screening will have a particular focus on the equalities and human rights aspect of ACEs and trauma-informed…

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Enabling Enterprise in Libraries

Enabling Enterprise in Libraries reports on the first phase of a project commissioned by ACE. The project explores how library services can widen their area of operations to generate significant income - without compromising the library service ethos. The income would be used to improve services.

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The Rising Tide of Child Poverty: Working in partnership to support children and families living in poverty in Edinburgh

Working in partnership is identified as a key priority in theory, policy and practice related to reducing child poverty, mitigating the broader impacts and closing the poverty related attainment gap. The 1 in 5: Raising Awareness of Child Poverty Project invites colleagues from education, social care, health and the third sector to its annual conference…

Scotland

Interview with DCLG comms boss George Eykyn

About 3 months ago I posted that I would be attempting to revive some of old journalism skills by conducting an interview with George Eykyn, DCLG’s Director of Communications. In the interview, I wanted to learn about the priorities of the department’s e-Newsroom, hear how they’re incorporating new media tools and techniques into their content…

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Creative Arts in Schools: second-rate subjects?

This briefing on arts and culture charts the impact of the EBac on the availability of creative subjects in schools, as assessed by a number of bodies, and in particular, the House of Commons Education Committee in 2011. These are some of the main impacts identified: Unequal access to creative subjects in schools is increasing.…

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The PLACE Report: Policy for the Lottery, the Arts and Community in England

The PLACE report: Policy for the Lottery, the Arts and Community in England, an independent report by Peter Stark, Christopher Gordon, David Powell and Steve Trow, is the second of three reports to inform the national debate on the arts and culture – particularly in advance of the celebration of the 50th anniversary next February…

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Open data and the relocalisation of the web

Jonathan’s speaking about local open data at tomorrow’s news:rewired event. The presentation will  identify those councils embracing open data, discuss the potential benefits of greater openness in local government and provide insight in to central government policies that are driving the ‘digital by default’ mentality. As we did a lot of thinking on this, I thought it…

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