SURF, the What Works Scotland research centre and the University of Glasgow’s Training and Employment Research Unit (TERU) have teamed up to contribute to a special seminar exploring ‘what works’ in economic regeneration in the current climate for Scotland’s places.
Who: The event is being arranged by What Works Scotland and key contributors include Prof Ken Gibb, What Works Scotland Co-Director, and Prof Alan McGregor of TERU. They will be presenting a new study on the theme drawn from an evidence review including 20 in-depth interviews with policy experts and practitioners. SURF Chief Executive Andy Milne will also be sharing emerging outcomes from the Alliance for Action initiative.
Where: The venue is the St Mungo Museum on 2 Castle Street, Glasgow.
When: The seminar takes place at 9:30am on Tuesday 13 June, finishing with a 1pm lunch.
Cost: The event is free to attend, but places must be pre-booked.
Book: Places can be registered on the seminar’s Eventbrite listing.
Further Information: Please contact Lynda Frazer, What Works Scotland Project Manager, on 0141 330 8587 or Lynda.Frazer@glasgow.ac.uk with any queries.