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How to apply the National Principles to your work

This new webinar will raise awareness and knowledge of the National Principles for Public Engagement in Wales and the Evaluation Toolkit associated with them. These Principles were developed by Participation Cymru in 2010 and endorsed by Welsh Government in 2011. Since then over 140 organisations and public bodies in Wales have signed up to the principles, Read more about How to apply the National Principles to your work[…]

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Participation Cymru launch brand new website

Participation Cymru’s brand new website is now live and we want to know what topics you care about the most Participation Cymru has a brand new website, enabling us to more effectively meet the needs of our audience, produce engaging content for you and gain full creative control over our online space. This new website Read more about Participation Cymru launch brand new website[…]

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Gamification at the Bangor festival of Behaviour Change

The most recent North Wales Participation Network was held as part of a wider event – the Festival of Behaviour Change which took place in Pontio, Bangor University and was organised in partnership with Wales Audit Office and Good Practice Wales.

The Behaviour Change Festival was aimed at people with an interest in social change or innovation in roles in healthcare, education, local and national government and the voluntary sector…

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Networking in nature

In the Participation Cymru team we love spending time outdoors and the opportunity of holding a network in the open air is an idea we’ve thrown around for a while. So, just after the early May Bank Holiday weekend we held our first ever practitioner network event that took place in nature with the help Read more about Networking in nature[…]

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Participatory methods and techniques, networks update

If you’re new to this blog, our regional participation networks are suitable for anyone working in the field of participation and citizen engagement and we run them three times a year in North Wales, South East Wales and South West Wales. Attendees come from a range of different organisations in the public and third sector Read more about Participatory methods and techniques, networks update[…]

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Participatory Research with Carers

This guest blog post was written by Rachel Waters from Newport Community Counselling Service. Newport Community Counselling Service (NCCS) is based at The University of South Wales. The service offers free counselling to local people at venues across Newport and Caerleon. NCCS also carries out research into counselling and in this blog I will focus Read more about Participatory Research with Carers[…]

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