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National standards for community engagement

Barr, A. (2005) National standards for community engagement. Working paper. Scottish Executive, Edinburgh.

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Abstract

The National Standards for Community Engagement have been developed with the involvement of over 500 people from communities and agencies throughout Scotland. They are a practical tool to help improve the experience of all participants involved in community engagement to achieve the highest quality of process and results.