An enabling state?

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Martyn Evans of Carnegie UK Trust at WCVA's Annual Conference, November 2013.

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An enabling state?

  1. 1. Andrew Carnegie ‘Richest man in the world!’
  2. 2. 100 years Focus on “Wellbeing”.
  3. 3. Assets model not deficit model
  4. 4. 600+ libraries in the UK and Ireland
  5. 5. Foundations and society
  6. 6. Our policy cycle
  7. 7. Attitude of the Trust
  8. 8. Bold experimentation Aberfoyle in Scotland
  9. 9. Partnership Better journalism
  10. 10. Not seeking impact Playing fields
  11. 11. Three propositions on the Enabling State
  12. 12. We found small governments taking a range of different approaches… Retrenching: reducing services Restructuring: organising services in a different way Reforming: where the focus is on improving delivery Rethinking: where a fundamental change in approach is adopted 13
  13. 13. Inverting the pyramid... State Families and individuals Community and voluntary sector Community and voluntary sector Families and individuals State 14
  14. 14. Making the case ! 15
  15. 15. VIOLENCE REDUCTION UNIT and HAWKHILL COMMUNITY CENTRE Jurisdiction: Scotland Health improvement and crime reduction ‘. . . There is a huge [amount] of trust that needs to be built . . . there are big challenges around previous criminal histories and big challenges around health experiences. Case Study Interviewee 16
  16. 16. CASE STUDY: GENIO Jurisdiction: Republic of Ireland Test, and scale, cost-effective ways of supporting people who are disadvantaged to live full lives in their communities.
  17. 17. CASE STUDY: BRON AFON YOUTH FORUM Jurisdiction: Wales Supporting young people to play an active role in their community It’s like a snowball of positivity that the more we do, the more people ask about it. The more credit people get for it, the more people want to be part of it. The more successful it is, the more people want to be part of the success.’ Case Study Interviewee
  18. 18. Trends towards the enabling state • Services built around empowered citizens and communities • A holistic approach to public services. • Co-produced public services • A level playing field • Success where the state has failed • Shared responsibilities 19

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