Working together to co-create knowledge: A unique co-creation tool
This tool has been developed by a collaboration between university, business, local authority and the third sector (sometimes referred to as the ‘quadruple helix’). It provides guidance and principles to support people from different sectors to work together to create the maximum impact from research.
Digital Resilience, Inclusion & Wellbeing For Looked After Children & Young People
Digital Resilience, Inclusion & Wellbeing for Looked after Children & Young People, led by Glasgow City Health and Social Care...Read More
Public policy and the infrastructure of kindness in Scotland
Between October 2018 and January 2019, the University of Edinburgh hosted a series of discussions on kindness in policy. Drawing...Read More
Living Wage Places: A toolkit on tackling low pay by celebrating local action
Living Wage Places: A toolkit on tackling low pay by celebrating local action, published jointly by the Living Wage Foundation,...Read More