To help contribute to the achievement of Scottish Government’s twin objectives of boosting competitiveness whilst tackling inequality, EDAS is launching a new Inclusive Growth Community of Practice to help members and other stakeholders improve practice in this area.

Such a community will provide opportunities to explore ways of improving economic outcomes to enhance wellbeing, quality of life and equity in society. It will provide a platform to help economic development practitioners to share learning on how best to stimulate a growing economy that is more inclusive.

The community aims to –

  • Share lessons from experience to shape and improve practice.
  • Provide opportunities for engagement and speaker input to aid a better understanding of policy initiatives, theory and ideas.
  • Provide a conduit to feed back lessons and insights, themes and issues, from practitioners who are responsible for delivering this agenda on the ground.
  • Build on and contribute to other initiatives in this area.

Attendance is free. Click on the links below to view the agenda and to register



Where and When

Venue: The Woodlands Suite, The Albany Conference Centre

 Date and Time: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM


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