Towards a Wellbeing Framework: From Outcomes to Actions

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Author: Carnegie UK Trust

Year: 2017

Conference Report, September 2016

 

On Wednesday 28 September 2016, politicians and nearly 100 stakeholders from the public, private and third sectors came together at Girdwood Community Hub in Belfast to consider how the Northern Ireland Executive can deliver outcomes-based government to support citizen wellbeing.

The conference considered:

  • What does the new framework mean for delivering future public services?
  • What are the Executive’s priorities for change?
  • What will joined-up policies and services look like?
  • What mechanisms do we need to hold government to account?

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