Downloads and other resources
On these pages you will find a series of publications and other material such as audio and video that relate to empowerment. These are organised by date of publication, but they are also organised by topic.
You can sort the table columns by title or date.
|Title||Description||Edited or published|
|What Makes Us Healthy?||
'What makes us healthy? is the follow up to 'A glass half-full: how an asset based approach can improve community health and wellbeing is now published.
‘What makes us healthy? The asset approach in practice: evidence, action, evaluation', written by Jane Foot, has information on the evidence for the beneficial effects of assets such as social relationships and networks on health and wellbeing; ideas about how to put asset principles into practice; and help with assessing whether these new ways of working are having an impact.
|25/04/2012 - 15:56|
|Lessons for Localism: Tenant self management||
A key purpose is to highlight the often neglected area of tenant managed services and explore what this tells us about the potential for more resident and user run services in the new Localism agenda
|25/04/2012 - 15:46|
|Agents rather than Patients||05/12/2011 - 18:39|
|Communities in Control: developing assets||05/12/2011 - 18:36|
|A glass half-full||05/12/2011 - 18:32|
|Open Public Services White Paper||
The Government's White Paper on reforming public services has just been published. You can download a copy here - attached below. There is also a new government website about the proposed reforms called Opening Public Services
You can also use the link below to the Cabinet office website and see a video of the Prime Minister's speech on Public Services
|12/07/2011 - 15:56|
|Empowerment Reflections from Yorkshire and Humber||
These eight 'Yorkshire Papers' represent a variety of perspectives on the 'empowerment journey' of recent years and raise some pointed questions as to likely futures.
|23/05/2011 - 09:56|
|YHEP Final Evaluation||
The final Evaluation of the Yorkshire & Humber Empowerment Partnership focused on three questions
The report highlights that 'YHEP has achioeved a huge amount with relatively samll amounts of money' ... 'Has been proactive in its approach to policy change' ...'and has made a clear case for effective empowerment at community, local authority and regional levels'.
|07/06/2011 - 15:20|
|Rural Community Enterprise||
A series of case studies presenting examples of rural community enterprises from an event delivered by the Plunkett Foundation - along with a presentation on Community Shares.
|06/05/2011 - 14:30|
|Community Development in a Changing World - conference report January 2011||
This report is from a practice sharing event organised by members of the YHCDN. The event aimed to look back at learning from work by community development practitioners under various engagement and empowerment programmes - and look forward inot the brave new world of big society and small state.
|06/05/2011 - 14:30|