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Community Engagement & Behaviour Change in Places for Everyone

This mini-series is presented as six bite-sized, interactive tutorials on understanding and delivering community engagement and behaviour change in Places for Everyone projects.

Introduction

This mini-series is presented as six bite-sized, interactive tutorials on understanding and delivering community engagement and behaviour change in Places for Everyone projects.

This includes a practical guide to behaviour change strategies and interventions, as well as insight into community engagement, co-production, and the types of community sector organisations. Please note that you can find the references and relevant resources at the bottom of this page.

This mini-series is currently a work in progress. Your feedback will help shape future sessions.

Developing a Behaviour Change Plan

In this session, we cover:

  • Why behaviour change plans are important;
  • What behaviour change plans should include;
  • Community engagement vs behaviour change;
  • Involving seldom-heard groups;
  • Selecting interventions; and
  • Key points to remember.

Putting Theory into Practice

The session above, “Developing a Behaviour Change Plan”, mentions that one of the most effective mechanisms for boosting active travel is a mix of measures that complement each other. Infrastructure is just one measure we can use. In this session, we take a practical look at how to put together an effective programme that will result in a greater diversity of people using the infrastructure.

Introduction to Behaviour Change

This session will be launched in May 2022!

Introduction to Community Sector Organisations

This session will be launched in May 2022!

Community Engagement and Co-production

This session will be launched in June 2022!

References and relevant resources