Publication - Research and analysis

An Evaluation of the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy for Scotland Report 1: Questions, Methods and Baseline

Published: 31 Oct 2012
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781782561910

This report sets out the broad approach to the Glasgow 2014 legacy evaluation,the research questions it will address, and the range of methods that will be deployed between now and 2019. It also sets out the priorities for the next 18 months and a forward timetable for publication of reports.The report also has a series of Annexes on the 4 national themes (flourishing, active, connected and sustainable).

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Contents
An Evaluation of the Commonwealth Games 2014 Legacy for Scotland Report 1: Questions, Methods and Baseline
Games Legacy Evaluation Working Group (GLEWG)

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Games Legacy Evaluation Working Group (GLEWG)

Dominic Munro (Chair, Scottish Government)
Dr Anita Morrison (Scottish Government Analyst, Games Team)
Fiona Dill (Scottish Government Social Research, Games Team)
Dr Imelda Giarchi (Scottish Government Social Research, Games Team)
Dr Duncan Whitehead (Scottish Government Economist, Games Team)
Jonathan Wright (Scottish Government Health Analytical Services)
Linda Christie (Glasgow City Council)
Jane Thompson (Glasgow City Council)
Dr Robert Rogerson (University of Strathclyde, Commonwealth Games Partnership Legacy Research Co‚Äźordinator)
Professor Kay Livingston (formerly Education Scotland, now University of Glasgow)
Neil Craig (NHS Health Scotland)
Paul Zealey (2014 Organising Committee)
Mary Allison (sportscotland)
Helen McNeill (Scottish Enterprise)
Leonie Bell (Creative Scotland)
Alastair Evans (Creative Scotland)
Jacqui Souter (Visit Scotland)
Dr Niamh O'Connor (Scottish Government, Communities Analytical Services)
David McPhee (Scottish Government, Office of the Chief Economic Adviser)
Sara Dodds (Scottish Government, Communities Analytical Services)
Karen Holmes (Scottish Government Games Legacy Team)


Contact

Email: Imelda Giarchi