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- Glasgow North West Sector Partnership has an additional £109,201 available for investment in 2018/19.
- Participatory budgeting in Scotland film
- Adult learners consultation breakfast
- Thriving Places Conference
- One Parent Families Scotland
- Major New Report Calls for LGBTI+ Equality Strategy for Glasgow
- Draft City of Glasgow Local Police & Fire and Rescue Plans 2017-2020
- Glasgow City Council seek views on City Charter
- Welcome Football Festival to be held in Glasgow
- New Chair Appointed to Scottish Police Authority Board
- Scottish Government has published Evaluation of Police and Fire Reform: Year 2 Report
- Launch of Consultative Draft Glasgow Community Plan
- New Chair for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership
- Community Justice Glasgow Update
- Search is on for Glasgow 2018 European Championships volunteers
- Glasgow's Community Justice Authority Annual Report 2016/2017
- Glasgow's Communities Given More Say Over Funding Decisions
- Glasgow Women's Library is much more than a home for books
- North East communities reaping the benefits of a Thriving Places approach
- Glasgow's Community Learning and Development Plan 2015-2018
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Glasgow's Community Learning and Development Plan 2015-2018
The Glasgow Community Learning and Development Plan 2015-2018 sets out Glasgow's plan for the provision of community learning and development(CLD). It is for the whole city and produced by Glasgow's Learning Partnership on behalf of Glasgow Community Planning Partnership.
Glasgow's Learning Partnership is made up of public and third sector learning providers. It is the partnership's responsibility to make sure members and their organisations contribute to this plan and its goals. It is hoped that this work will result in the involvement of more organisations and stakeholders over the lifetime of the plan.
The Plan describes the action to be taken to provide CLD for the period of the Plan from September 2015 -2018.
Glasgow's Learning Partnership has agreed that the Plan should be organised around 6 themes identified in the Strategic Guidance. There is of course a wealth of other related work undertaken by the city which complements these themes.