The Big Advice Survey is a national survey conducted at a local level. It is created and promoted by individual Citizen Advice Bureaux and Law Centres as well as a diverse range of other organisations including solicitor firms, community groups, local businesses, foodbanks, housing associations, colleges and educational institutions. Continue reading
Our first good practice webinar, held as part of the Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people with multiple needs national evaluation, saw two invited speakers talking about their experience of working with people to understand complex problems and find creative and effective solutions to these problems. Continue reading
The Big Lottery Fund is today (12th Feb) awarding £112 million across England to end ‘the revolving door of care’ faced by thousands of people with multiple problems including homelessness, mental ill health, addiction and reoffending.
The grants of up to £10 million to 12 areas across the country will help to improve and create better coordinated services to prevent people living chaotic lives being passed between charities and services, which often cannot individually deal with their wide range of needs. Continue reading
On 22nd January 2014 CFE Research and the University of Sheffield held an event to launch our learning programme.
The programme included a number of speakers talking about the importance of evidence in their work and a workshop for projects to tell us more about their learning needs.
Our presenters included:
John McCracken, Drugs Programme Manager, Department of Health
Pat Russell, Deputy Director, Social Justice Division, Department for Work and Pensions
Andrew Hudson, Senior Advisory, Big Lottery Fund (video)
Mark Somerfield, CFE Associate
Presentations are available below:
We were also planning to show this video, but had some technical problems: