Health Service Journal, vol.114, Mar. 26th 2004, p.35-39
Presents a range of examples of community regeneration projects in which primary care trusts are involved.
National Audit Office
London: TSO, 2004 (House of Commons papers, session 2003/04; HC309)
Identifies four key determinants of the success of New Deal for Communities (NDC) Partnerships:
Goes on to assess performance on the basis of these criteria.
C. Milligan and N. R. Fyfe
Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 33, 2004, p.73-93
Drawing on recently completed work in Glasgow, the paper demonstrates how geographical approaches can contribute to a greater understanding of the uneven development of the voluntary sector and how voluntary organisations become embedded in particular places. It identifies factors that act to facilitate or constrain the development of voluntary activity across the City, with implications for access, service delivery and policy development.
International Journal of Public Sector Management, Vol. 17, 2004, p.8-23
The article examines the role of the NHS in community regeneration. It analyses, from a rhetorical perspective, the section of the NHS document "The Vital Connection" that launched the initiative. It goes on to rhetorically analyse the talk of two senior NHS human resource managers discussing their organisation's capacity and capability in relation to regeneration.
N. Edwards and A.P. Nacif
Health Service Journal, vol.114, Mar.25th, 2004, p.32-33
Gives examples of the positive role that primary care services can play in regenerating and healing fragmented communities.
Journal of Social Policy, Vol. 33, 2004, p.49-71
The article examines a new initiative being increasingly used by local authorities to tackle social exclusion and build social capital: time banks. These are a type of community currency that rewards people with time credits for the work they put into their neighbourhoods,
London: Home Office: Faith Communities Unit, 2004
The document presents recommendations aimed at enabling faith groups to work more closely with the government to foster community renewal and regeneration. It proposes measures to: