Minister Zappone launches What Works national programme to deliver learning and development opportunities for professionals working with children and young people
Action Learning is an approach to problem solving and learning in small groups (‘sets’) to bring about significant change in individuals, teams, organisations and systems.
DATA SEMINAR – 18 September 2019
A Data Seminar organised by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs as part of What Works will take place on 18 September 2019, beginning at 09:30 in the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, No. 6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2. This event will conclude at 13:00 with a light lunch for attendees. … Continued
Data Seminar -coming soon!
A Data Seminar organised as part of What Works will take place on 18 September 2019, beginning at 09:30am in the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, 6 Kildare Street, Dublin 2. This event will conclude at 13:00 with lunch for attendees. Join us for a great opportunity to learn more about how to use … Continued
Tools and Ethics for Applied Behavioural Insights: The BASIC Toolkit
The OECD has developed this toolkit in partnership with Dr. Pelle Guldborg Hansen of Roskilde University. The toolkit provides practitioners and policy makers with a step-by-step process for analysing a policy problem, building strategies, and developing behaviourally informed interventions. BI is increasingly used in policy making to improve understanding of how context, biases and other … Continued
Support DCYA in the implementation of What Works!
We are looking for an organisation to support us in the implementation of the What Works Initiative. If your organisation is interested in playing a significant role in this initiative, please check out the request for tenders we currently have advertised on E-tenders. The reference number for our tender is 152596. The RfT can be … Continued
Tickets Now Available | Data Seminar | What Works | 18th September
To register for this event please follow the link to our Ticket Page | ‘What Works’ Data Seminar 18.09.19 Tickets are Free & Lunch is provided for all participants
What Works Launch – How Do We Scale Prevention and Early Intervention? by Dr Patrick McCarthy
Dr Patrick McCarthy is the former president of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. The Annie E. Casey Foundation is a private philanthropy organisation based in Baltimore, Maryland and working across the United States. The foundation makes grants to help federal agencies, states, counties, cities and neighbourhoods create more innovative, cost-effective responses to the issues that … Continued
What Works Launch – Spotlight: Innovation and Network Funding
The final section of the What Works Launch on 19 June 2019 centered on funding opportunities under What Works: the 2018 Innovation Funding Scheme and the on-going What Works Network Support Funding Scheme. In the following segment, Mary Walsh from the Department of Children and Youth Affairs explains the purpose of these funding schemes and … Continued
What Works Launch – Using Evidence: Theory and Practice
In the following video from the What Works Launch on 19 June 2019, Tom McBride and Dr Suzanne Guerin speak to ‘Using Evidence: Theory and Practice.’ This presentation takes a holistic look at the use of evidence in the context of service delivery, considering how evidence can be used to iterate on the programmes delivered … Continued