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Resources Round-Up

Our Resource Round-Up features useful resources for those working in communities in Glasgow.  Please circulate to your colleagues and organisations in your networks.

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August 2017

CLD Resources

Everyone's Children - Third Sector Directory

Everyone's Children have been building a directory providing information on third sector organisations working with children, young people and families in North-West Glasgow. The current draft can accessed via their website's Mapping Project tab. They will be expanding to map East and South areas of the city soon. If you would like your organisation to be in the directory, please fill in this survey. 

Community Empowerment
Hear the Voice , Make the Change

PB Partners' Hear the Voice, Make the Change: Guide to evaluating Participatory Budgeting
(PB) processes lays out 10 essential actions to record, monitor and evaluate the impact of a PB programme. Read more…

Evidencing Genuine Co-production in the Third Sector

This publication distils what third sector research and evidence tell us about what genuine co-production looks like in the third sector.  This resource offers practical lessons that can be used to inform policy and improve practice around co-production. Read more…

Go Get Gorbals
New Gorbals Housing Association has announced the launch of a new local sharing platform which aims to bring the community closer together. Go Get Gorbals is a new online sharing platform that aims to help local people work together with public sector organisations and voluntary groups for the benefit of their community. Read more

Community Engagement: A Critical Guide for Practitioners

Available online now, a new publication from the Centre for Research & Development In Adult & Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL) which will be of interest to practitioners: Community Engagement: A Critical Guide for Practitioners. Read more…


Small Charities Guide to Preventing Fraud

Charity Finance Group (CFG) has launched a guide to help small charities counter fraud. The guide looks at measures that charities can put into place to help them stop fraud. As the upcoming changes to the General Data Protection Regulation loom large, it is now just as important for smaller organisations to reassess their work on preventing fraud. CFG has also produced a Small Charities Guide to Preventing Fraud and The Charities Counter Fraud Checklist. This checklist is designed to help charities to establish (or strengthen) their counter-fraud policy. The checklist asks ten essential questions that all charities should be thinking about when working to tackle fraud. 

Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) has recently published several new resources:

Improving Youth Work: Guide to Quality Development

The European Commission have published a handbook aimed at helping youth work stakeholders improve the quality of their work. Read more…

Data Protection Changes

In the biggest overhaul of data protection for a generation, the General Data Protection Regulation replaces the DPA from 25th May 2018. It’s vital that organisations review their current practices and plan how to meet their new obligations. The Information Commissioners Office has published a summary guide called ‘Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 12 Steps to Take Now’

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Criminal Justice

We must stop criminalising young people in care...

The criminalisation of children in residential care risks compounding a sense of rejection and damaging children’s mental health and emotional well-being is the headline finding of new research published by the Howard League for Penal Reform recently. Read more… 

CPAG Guides

Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland (CPAG) have produced two new guides:

Prisoners and benefits and Prisoners and universal credit, See their website for further details.

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Scottish Fundrasing Standards Panel Website Launched

The Scottish Fundraising Standards Panel oversees enhanced self-regulation of fundraising in Scotland, and is responsible for fundraising standards in Scotland and the handling of fundraising complaints related to Scottish registered charities. The Panel has launched ‘Good Fundraising’ its new website.

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