SUII impact programme
In 2016, we initiated a project to better understand how knowledge exchange projects, such as those sponsored by SUII, can help contribute to public policy and practice and best support the impact agenda. The findings from an online survey, workshop and telephone interviews have been collated into a compendium of lessons to inform the future design and delivery of SUII projects.
Download a copy of the report.
Autumn 2016 call - Learning from other places
We are pleased to announce that 6 programmes have been supported as part of our call on Learning from Other Places (autumn 2016). The successful programmes address a range of topics including Restorative Justice, Leadership for Complex Challenges, Stigma in Childhood, Dementia Care, City Deals and Collaboration in the Craft Beer Sector
Find out more about the programmes and register for upcoming events
*New programmes for 2016*
We're pleased to announce that 5 programmes have been selected as part of our Call on Fostering Cultures of Innovation (autumn 2015). The successful programmes address a range of topics related to innovation including health, economics, sustainability and the workplace.
Events will be getting underway in the next few months. Keep an eye on the website to find out what's happening.
Equality Call: New Programmes
Three new programmes were awarded funding as part of our 2014 Call on Increasing Equality and Realising Human Potential in Post Referendum Scotland. You can read more about the programmes and upcoming events below:
Children and Young People's views of Poverty and Inequality
The Pinkie Resilience Project
Financing the Future: Achieving Sustainability in Credit Unions
SUII Occasional Papers
We will be publishing a series of occasional papers aimed at sharing the outcomes of our programmes more widely. The first of these, on the topic of Wellbeing, is now available:
Occasional Paper 1: Understanding, Measuring and Promoting Wellbeing.
Further details of the Wellbeing programme which inspired this paper can be found here: