CLD is a field of professional practice that enables people to identify their own individual and collective goals, to engage in learning and take action to bring about change for themselves and their communities. CLD uses a range of formal and informal methods of learning and social development with individuals and groups in their communities. CLD programmes and activities are developed in dialogue with communities and participants.
Youth groups and clubs/ outdoor education, Duke of Edinburgh, Youth Forums, Youth Council, Street and detached youth work, transition programmes, support to schools, Citizenship and Participation Strategy, employability programmes, Joint Cabinet, Scottish Youth Parliament, digital groups.
Community based adult learning, digital programmes, Literacy assessment and support, Gaelic, New Scots and ESOL, Health and Wellbeing groups, Walk and Talks and Employability.
Support to Community Associations and Community Councils, Participatory budgeting, Food systems: Pantries, Larders and Community Fridge’s, Food with Dignity, Community Asset Transfer, Participation Requests, Support to Allotments and Community Gardens, Leadership Collective and Grant Support.
Below, you'll find 7 questions for you to complete. To do this, simply click on the blue heading 'What locality are you from?' below and choose your locality. You will be given the option to move onto the next question in the top right corner of the page by clicking on 'next question'.
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