CDAS brings together networks and organisations to promote policy and practice that supports community development, to raise standards in community development through improved policy, practice and training.
Co-production is about involving people in the delivery of public services, and helping to change their relationship with services from dependency to genuinely taking control. The Scottish Co-production Network is place for the sharing of learning and the exchange of co-production practice.
The Alliance is the national third sector intermediary for a range of health and social care organisations. Their membership includes third sector organisations, associates in the statutory and private sectors, disabled people, people living with long term conditions and unpaid carers.
This website provides information on support available to Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCPs), Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs), and other community partners who are working to improve outcomes for individuals and local communities across Scotland.
Works with third sector organisations and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact. Their aim is to make evaluation valuable, relevant and proportionate.
Their website gives access to evaluation tools and support.
Works to ensure that social enterprises in Scotland have the support they need to deliver positive outcomes in their communities. They work with social enterprise networks, their members and other frontline social enterprises by liaising with the Scottish Government to ensure that policy creation is both fair and effective.
A social enterprise delivering learning and development programmes for anyone working for social purpose. They provide programmes in Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Social Impact Measurement for people and organisations at any stage in their development.