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Lesson Two - Principles and Standards

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John Barlow

on 27 April 2018

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Transcript of Lesson Two - Principles and Standards

Many organisations and sectors have developed their own principles and standards for community engagement?
Why not have a go at developing your own before you start, and see how they compare with information that we are about to refer to?

Principles and Standards
Principles and Standards (Lesson 2)
Principles and Standards
Despite a lack of consistent use of specific principles and standards, the following terminology can be found in most documentation
Common Terminology Used
- mitigating
barriers to participation
Shared Ownership
Find out more…
You can find out more about principles and standards in specific contexts by listening to the various podcasts by our own experts in the field.
The Scottish Context lots going on in Scotland on community engagement
Policing – learn about HMICFRS and College of Policing Expectations
Local Government including Public Health England
National Health Service England
Planning for healthy places
End of Lesson 2
Sometimes the principles are provided by central government departments, sometimes they are locally defined, and sometimes they come from specific pieces of research.
Where do they
come from?
The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act, 2015
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