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SPI is delighted to be working with Alan Caldwell Associates to carry out a Stage Two Big Lottery survey of what peoples needs are and how some of these could be met by the community ownership of Seton Fields. Over … Continue reading
Lunchtime seminar on Participatory Appraisal on Wednesday 8th February from 12.30 pm to 2pm at the Doughty Centre, Hermanflat Hospital, Haddington EH41 3BU: An introduction to how participatory appraisal and community mapping can assist you when engaging with communites with Sue … Continue reading
We recently had 2 members of the Scottsh Parliament meet with our local team of facilitators to hear about their findings regarding people’s opinions of wind turbines. Go to Dunbar Community Energy Company for more details.
Do you know your way around the Dunbar Area? Scottish Participatory Initiatives is looking for local volunteers to assist in a survey regarding your area. You will be paid a fee of up to £200. Work will involve gathering the … Continue reading
East Lothain Council Local Resilience Workshop – Notes
In November 2011 – Scottish Participatory Initiatives and Future Proof teamed up to facilitate a Local Resilience Assessment and Strategic Action Planning workshop with 64 delegates representing all departments and committees in the Local Authority and Community Planning Partnership. It … Continue reading
SPI is working with the team at Social Value Lab to deliver a ground-breaking, local assets and Single Outcome Agreement delivery focused community engagement process with the Maybole community and the South Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership. Have a look at … Continue reading
SPI has worked with Sustaining Dunbar to Map the past, present and future regarding food, energy, transport. Community Mapping and Action Planning
In October SPI provided training for Glasgow Community Safety Services in stakeholder consultation objectives setting, process design, facilitation tools, monitoring and evaluation.