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Is Dudley ready to join the Global Jam community?

I had a brilliant weekend earlier this year taking part in a Global Jam.  Masters students Chris Saddler and Daniel Blyden decided to bring a Jam to Birmingham, and have since expertly planned and facilitated a number of successful jams – as chronicled on their  292 more words


Advocacy Definitions and Trends: Advocacy Principles and Standards


Guidance on market shaping and commissioning of care and support in relation to the Care Act 2014 says that local authorities should take a co-production approach to market shaping and commissioning. 418 more words


Advocacy Definitions and Trends: Introduction - What Advocacy Is

In 2014 I was invited to contribute to the development of the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) resource on commissioning independent advocacy. This resource is aimed at commissioners charged with meeting the new duties to provide advocacy under the Care Act 2014. 310 more words


Diary of a research Fellow 5, Part b: Running a stakeholder meeting with the third sector

In Part 5a of my series, Diary of a Research Fellow, I explained the reasoning behind holding an advisory meeting with my research stakeholders. As well as trying to co-produce the project and develop it so that it might have some impact for the third and voluntary sectors in Leeds and perhaps, wider society, I also had findings from the qualitative secondary analysis to share. 1,388 more words


Singapore to Launch SAFF Project Market With Ties That Bind

A film project market will be added to the roster of events that sit alongside the Asia TV Forum & Market in Singapore at the end of the year. 146 more words


Young children's use of tablets and mobile apps

The University of Sheffield has released the early findings from an ongoing study looking at the use of tablets and apps by children aged up to 5 years old. 500 more words

Marketing In Everyday Life

Accessibility - how not to do it

An interesting article from Community Care:

Social worker criticised by judge for using jargon in court report.

Our use of language can exclude people. I think that sometimes we become lost in our need to show how clever we are.  What do you think?