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The 2016 European Capital of Innovation winner has been announced

3rd May 2016

Matthew Kaye, Consultant writes On Friday 8 April, Amsterdam were crowned the 2016 European Capital of Innovation in Brussels at an award ceremony in Brussels. Amsterdam was chosen ahead of eight other shortlisted finalists, claiming €950,000 to scale up and expand its innovation activities. The award looks for the European city that is building the best “innovation ecosystem” – connecting citizens, public organisations, academia and business, demonstrating that it is “a place to bring ideas to life”. This was the second iteration of the Capital of Innovation, with Barcelona the first winners in 2014 for its use of technology for the benefit of its residents. Oxford Oxford was one of ...Read More

Our ESF evaluation for Welsh Government – measuring social outcomes remains the challenge

6th April 2016

Evaluation of the ESF-LSB Project for the Welsh Government Si was part of the team that delivered a three-year evaluation (2012-2015) of the European Social Fund Local Service Board Development and Priority Delivery Project (ESF-LSB Project) commissioned by the Welsh Government. The ESF-LSB Project received funding with the intention of improving the effectiveness and efficiency of public services through more effective collaborative working and building the capacity of public services to deliver higher quality services. The evaluation was established to assess: - whether the ESF-LSB Project has led to better public services and outcomes for citizens; - how the processes by which the Project has been implemented and managed have ...Read More

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