Here at Children's Neighbourhoods Scotland, we're using a capabilities approach to help young people articulate their goals and aspirations - and to help them recognise the barriers and enablers to achieving these aims. Public services can be key enablers, but it's really important that new ideas are incorporated into their development - otherwise they can… Continue reading 4 inspiring ways young people have changed public services across the globe
Since late 2018, we've been supporting Possibilities for Each and Every Kid (PEEK), by capturing the learning from the great work they do with children and young people. Here's a look at a recent community project based in Glasgow's East End, which allowed young people to express themselves through engaging with theatre...
This workshop of local partners in Bridgeton and Dalmarnock improved and developed the CNS Theory of Change.
When reviewing literature from other Children’s Communities we noticed that many of them used a Theory of Change, taking into account local recent context, available assets, and key outcomes for communities. This form of planning is often used successfully to promote social change in complex settings.