Here you'll find all of our published reports, leaflets and consultations, as well as reports from other organisations we support. You can browse our publications, or search for a specific subject in our archives.
Engaging Libraries: Learning from Phase 1
The aim of Engaging Libraries Phase was to enable public libraries to pilot public engagement activities on health and wellbeing. Engaging Libraries: Learning from Phase 1 provides an overview of the 14 Engaging Libraries projects across 16 public library services, identifies factors which facilitated the successful delivery of Engaging Libraries projects and factors which inhibited some projects, and uses case studies to illustrate reflections from the programme on working with partners, new skills, knowledge and approaches and the benefits of a network.
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Wellbeing and Devolution briefing paper
Annual Review 2018
Study Visit to Wales
Online harm reduction – a statutory duty of care and regulator
Switched On Infographic
Call for Expressions of Interest: Understanding Welsh Places
Carnegie UK Trust assessment of the first year of Conduit Scotland
Wellbeing – what’s in a word?
Response to ICO consultation on Age Appropriate Design: a code of practice for online services
Response to UN Committee on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) Consultation on the Concept Note for a General Comment on children’s rights in relation to the digital environment
Response To Irish Government Consultation on The Regulation of Harmful Content on Online Platforms and The Implementation of the Revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive
Response to Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry on Democracy, Free Speech and Freedom of Association
Digital Transformation for UK Public Libraries: Five approaches to a ‘Single Digital Presence’
Involving the Public in Robust and Trustworthy Data Sharing
Governing England: English identity and institutions in a changing United Kingdom
A short report for East Riding County Council: Successful Festivals and Events in small coastal towns