Get Heard Scotland (GHS), a programme coordinated by the Poverty Alliance, aims to provide feedback on anti-poverty policies and plans, centered around the commitments made in Scottish Government’s Child Poverty Delivery Plan.
By encouraging groups and networks to undertake discussions relating to poverty and social injustice, GHS participants will help develop a community-led body of evidence about change needed to solve poverty in Scotland.
To support these workshops and discussions, the Poverty Alliance has developed the Get Heard Toolkit. The toolkit can be used by groups and organisations to gather views and contains:
- background policy information
- advice on running workshops and discussions
- feedback forms
- monitoring and evaluation materials
The Poverty Alliance are currently live testing the toolkit, and are looking for organisations interested in taking part in this process.
For further information, including how to get involved in the toolkit live testing, please contact:
- Robin Tennant by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Twimukye Mushaka by email: email@example.com
Alternatively, for further information, visit the Poverty Alliance website.