Insights - Case Studies from Members
Welcome to ‘Insights'! Each Insight is a case study which provides learning that others can benefit from. For example, a project which has made a difference or perhaps a particular way of working.
The Insights have been designed to give you a quick overview of:
• The issues faced
• What was done to address these issues
• What changed as a result of the work
• The lessons learnt
Insights are about networking as well as information and are just a starting point. If you want to find out more, please use the contact details given.
Have you undertaken any interesting projects or work that we could use as a case study with useful learning points or ‘insights' to help others? If so we'd like to hear from you. Send us your ideas by clicking here.
Involving Young People in Police training in South Norfolk
This case study is based on interviews with the Active Citizenship Co-ordinator(Youth and Community Service, South Norfolk Council) and two members of South Norfolk Youth Action, both aged 16.
Involving Women in Coventry through Health Awareness Work
This case study is based on interviews with Coventry City Council's Health Development Officer at the Health Development Service and a member of the Asian community who attends the women's drop-in sessions at the Fosehill GP surgery.
Involving Women in Wolverhampton in Local Decision-making
This case study is based on an interview with the coordinator of Women of Wolverhampton (WOW) - (previously called Women Organising in Wolverhampton).
Involving a Socially and Economically Excluded Community in Brighton and Hove City Council’s Boundary
This case study is based on interviews with Neighbourhood Support Team Officer from Brighton and Hove City Council and a community representative from the Tarner Partnership.
Involving Refugees through Volunteering at Leicester Libraries
This case study is based on interviews with Leicester City Council's Senior Community Librarian and a refugee who volunteers for Leciester Libraries.
Involving looked-after Children through London Borough of Redbridge’s Children in Care Council
This case study is based on interviews with Redbridge Council's Participation Officer in the Children Living Away from Home Division and a young person who is a Councillor on the Children in Care Council.
- Involving Sunderland’s Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Community
- Involving the Gypsy and Traveller Community in Wales to Improve their Access to Services
- Involving older people in Planning and Development of Services in Dundee
- Involving the Disabled Community in Public Transport provision in Greater Manchester