Community Planning

in Scotland

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The National Standards for Community Engagement

The National Standards for Community Engagement are good-practice principles designed to support and inform the process of community engagement, and improve what happens as a result. They were originally launched in 2005 and since then they have been used to support community engagement, and user involvement, in Scotland in areas such as community planning and health and social care. They have been widely accepted by a range of practitioners as key principles for effective practice. During 2015/2016, the National Standards for Community Engagement were reviewed and updated.

This resource is provided by the Scottish Community Development Centre (SCDC, Scottish Government and What Works Scotland.

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