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Informing Future Approaches to Tackling Multiple Deprivation in Communities: Beyond the Fairer Scotland Fund

DescriptionResearch to assess the development and implementation of the Fairer Scotland Fund and to provide a detailed picture of the continued support needs of Community Planning Partnerships in tackling poverty and deprivation under an outcome based framework.
ISBN9780755977086
Official Print Publication DateNovember 2009
Website Publication DateNovember 10, 2009

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Andrew Fyfe, Katy MacMillan, Tara McGregor and Steven Reid
ODS Consulting

ISBN 978 0 7559 7708 6 (Web only publication)

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CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
2. METHODOLOGY
3. FAIRER SCOTLAND FUND PLANS 2008/09 AND 2009/10
4. PERSPECTIVES FROM COMMUNITY PLANNING PARTNERSHIPS
5. SCOTTISH POLICY PERSPECTIVES
6. CASE STUDIES
7. KEY THEMES
8. LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE FSF
Appendix 1: Tackling Multiple Deprivation in Communities: Considering the Evidence
Appendix 2: Case Study: Clackmannanshire
Appendix 3: Case Study: Dumfries and Galloway
Appendix 4: Case Study: Edinburgh
Appendix 5: Case Study: Fife
Appendix 6: Case Study: Glasgow
Appendix 7: Case Study: Inverclyde
Appendix 8: Case Study: Moray
Appendix 9: Case Study: South Lanarkshire
Appendix 10: Questionnaire for Community Planning Partnerships

LIST OF TABLES

4.1 Strategic lead for FSF
4.2 The involvement of people from disadvantaged areas and groups in developing the FSF plans
4.3 How people from disadvantaged areas and groups were involved in developing the FSF plans
4.4 How well people from disadvantaged areas are involved in the FSF
4.5 How well people from disadvantaged groups are involved in the FSF
4.6 Comparison of how well people from disadvantaged areas and groups are involved
4.7 Greatest impacts on decisions on how to use FSF
4.8 Changes brought about by the FSF
4.9 How well FSF plans and priorities link with other activities
4.10 Helpfulness of Government guidance

The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and
do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.

This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website only
www.scotland.gov.uk/socialresearch.