Archives for July 31st, 2006

CHILDREN’S SERVICES

Abstracts, PublicNet: 31 July, 2006

This programme is now available to view on egovtv.tv, the online television channel for public service modernisation. It discusses the progress made by Children’s Services departments to date and considers the cultural challenges of ensuring multi-disciplinary teams work together effectively.The panel also looks at the role of the voluntary sector and the impact of Integrated Children Systems in delivering effective, cohesive Children’s Services. The panel provides a cross section of views from the key stakeholder groups including Local Authority Children’s Services, lead advisors and the Department of Health.

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WELSH COMMUNITY PROJECTS TO SHARE NEW ROUND OF FUNDING

Headlines, PublicNet: 31 July, 2006

 

Community projects across Wales are to receive funding for schemes ranging from the refurbishment of community centre facilities to the purchase of modified bicycles for a social enterprise cycle hire group. In all, 47 schemes will benefit under the latest round of support from the Welsh Assembly Government’s Community Facilities and Activities Programme.The programme, which was launched four years ago, is worth a total of 4,053,076 pounds over the next three years. Welsh Minister for Social Justice and Regeneration Edwina Hart said it made a real and tangible difference to community and voluntary groups at grass roots level and supported the creation of much-needed new facilities and services.

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CITY STATUS PATHFINDERS FOR WELFARE REFORM ARE NAMED

Headlines, PublicNet: 31 July, 2006

 

Thirteen towns and cities from all parts of the country have been chosen to pilot a new approach to providing services as part of the welfare state. They have been granted Cities Strategy pathfinder status and will have more freedom to provide individually tailored programmes and solutions for local problems.

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