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Method of the month: Evaluation thermometer

Every month we feature a participatory method/tool in our newsletter and I am always thrilled to have such positive feedback and am frequently told by readers that they really look forward to see what the ‘Method of the month’ will be!  As a result we thought it would be a nice idea to turn this feature into Read more about Method of the month: Evaluation thermometer[…]

New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks

This post was written by Dyfrig just before he left Participation Cymru. We always try and practice what we preach – that participation helps to delivered services that better meet people’s needs. February’s networks gave us a lot of scope to consider how to take our participation networks forwards. Participants told us they wanted the Read more about New methods, good practice and evaluation dice: Our May Participation Networks[…]

Wayne Jepson reflects on our work and being a member of our Advisory Panel

This is the final video in a series of three that we conducted with Participation Cymru Advisory Panel members, following previous interviews with both Derek Walker of the Wales Co-operative Centre and Margaret Peters of the Countryside Council for Wales (which is now part of Natural Resources Wales). We filmed these as part of our Read more about Wayne Jepson reflects on our work and being a member of our Advisory Panel[…]

Information sharing and feedback – our February / March Participation Networks

Our Participation Networks, which take place in North, South East and South West Wales, are practical sessions that take place to help public service organisations to examine different issues; use different methods to engage; to share good practice; and to network. This quarter’s networks have looked at information sharing and feedback. These themes are often Read more about Information sharing and feedback – our February / March Participation Networks[…]

Margaret Peters reflects on the work of Participation Cymru

The below video is the second in a series of three interviews that we’ve conducted with Participation Cymru Advisory Panel members that we’ve filmed as part of our Evaluation Framework. Margaret Peters on Participation Cymru / Margaret Peters ar Gyfranogaeth Cymru from Participation Cymru on Vimeo. Unlike the first interview with Derek Walker of the Read more about Margaret Peters reflects on the work of Participation Cymru[…]

Derek Walker reflects on the work of Participation Cymru

Evaluation is vital to make sure that engagement is undertaken in an effective way, after all it’s the only way we can learn from both our successes and our mistakes. When we engaged with people around Wales to put the National Principles for Public Engagement in Wales together, you agreed with us, so it became Read more about Derek Walker reflects on the work of Participation Cymru[…]

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