Collaborative Inquiry Exploring Data and Knowledge-sharing Practices in Responses to Welfare Sanctions
Collaborative Inquiry Exploring Data and Knowledge-sharing Practices in Responses to Welfare SanctionsUploaded by Lucy Janes, 02/05/18 12:41 Report from a collaborative action research inquiry in Fife which examined data about welfare sanctions and how it can be used to support people who are at risk of or receive a benefit sanction.
Fife is one of the four case sites where What Works Scotland has worked with community planning partnerships to do collaborative action research into public service reform.
The group of practitioners – called the Partnership Innovation Team (PIT) – which undertook this collaborative action research inquiry asked these questions:
How can we improve our knowledge of what data is available across partner agencies in Fife?
How can we use this to: prevent people from being sanctioned? / better support those who have been sanctioned?
See more resources including blogs and presentations from the inquiry, and get access to all the collaborative action research projects by practitioners in Fife and What Works Scotland http://whatworksscotland.ac.uk/publications/collaborative-inquiry-exploring-data-and-knowledge-sharing-practices-in-responses-to-welfare-sanctions/