Our role ODS appointed to: Evaluate the existing toolkit Evaluate the engagement work COSLA is undertaking Produce a new toolkit – involving local authorities and others as partners
About this session Feeding back findings of evaluation of existing toolkit – which is complete Informing development of the new toolkit exploring what guidance is needed around migration gauging interest in staying involved in development of the revised guidance
The existing Toolkit Published in 2010 (updated 2011) to develop a strategic local response to migration Three main sections understanding demographic challenges locally building the evidence base around population developing a migration strategy – with short sections on aspects such as citizenship, cohesion or education
Use of the Toolkit Useful, but... need for clearer language more concise and modular demand for online links more case studies and innovative approaches more on joint working more regular updates
Your views – world cafe style Theme 1: What should be included in the guidance? Theme 2: What has worked well? Theme 3: What challenges do we face? Theme 4: Top five tips for attracting people to your area Theme 5: Ideas for how to engage, involve and talk with migrants in your area
How it works Choose a group you want to start in There will be four 15 minute slots – with an alert every 15 minutes Choose to stay where you are, or move on A facilitator in each group will recap on the previous discussions – build on discussion to date
Next steps Include your ideas in the draft toolkit Draft toolkit by early May and final by June 2015 Keen to pilot, test, involve Please sign up with Lyle from ODS as you leave, if you are interested Or email firstname.lastname@example.org@odsconsulting.co.uk
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