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Delivering public services to a diverse society

National Audit Office

Delivering public services to a diverse society

Case studies : report by the Comptroller and Auditor General.

by National Audit Office

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Published by National Audit Office in London .
Written in English


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SeriesHC -- 19-II
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Open LibraryOL16395883M

Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Public Service: A Guide to Leading Change 5 More diversity in the workplace is reflective of our increasingly diverse society. It can also lead to healthier, more vibrant organizations and more democratic environments. These benefits are even more promising when an. Improving Delivery of Public Services. 1. Introduction. Delivery of various public goods and services is one basic of the State. responsibility Though with expansion of the market many services are available in the private sector but some of the core services will continue to be delivered by the State only, because of nature of such Size: KB.

Accenture has argued that delivering sustainable public services in future will be about making substantial structural shifts towards a delivery model that is more personalized, insight-driven, entrepreneurial and productive. This requires a new generation of public services, a new set of operating models and the citizen at the centre. Regenerative public services are where we look to the public sector to organise activity that improves the fundamental capacity of society (at many scales, including local communities).. From the point of view of strained public services, many regenerative approaches might be considered to be ‘early intervention’ or ‘preventative’ in their approach.

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Delivering public services to a diverse society by National Audit Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

DELIVERING PUBLIC SERVICES TO A DIVERSE SOCIETY 3 A need for addressing diversity in delivering public services 1 In its Commission for Equality and Human Rights White Paper, the Government expressed its view that fairness for all is the basis for a healthy democracy, for economic prosperity, and for the effective delivery.

Delivering Public Services to a Diverse Society "Tailoring public services to address diverse needs can be seen as important, not simply as a moral end it itself, but also to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of public services by making sure they actually benefit all those they are designed to serve.

2 • DELIVERING SERVICES IN MULTICULTURAL SOCIETIES (See box for defi nitions of these and other terms used in this book; see the appendix for a discussion of the concept of cultural identity.) Cultural diversity has of course always existed, but three broad phe-nomena underlie and defi ne cultural diversity as experienced in today’s world.

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SN - BT - Case Studies: Delivering Public Services to a Diverse Society. PB - Her Majesty's Stationery Office Author: Suja Sivadasan, Miriam Shergold, S Law, J Kahan, R Thompson. What is the relationship between the composition of the public sector workforce and the nature of the society it serves.

Taking a comparative and analytical perspective, the authoritative and accessible chapters illustrate the salience of representative politics in diverse societies. Delivering public services in multi-ethnic societies: the Cited by: 2. Introduction: culture and services --Cultural diversity and public policy --Cultural diversity and service delivery --Designing and implementing policies that support cultural diversity in service delivery --Adapting services to a diverse society.

: Public Speaking in Diverse Society (): Kearney, Patricia, Plax, Tim: Books/5(10). delivering public services to a socially, ethnically, culturally and economically diverse society in a personalised way, it needs, among other things, to reflect society.

For that purpose, a diverse workforce must be seen as an added value. Achieving diversity is a long-term, confidence-building process. However,File Size: KB. Reclaiming Public Services: Acknowledgements This book would never have taken shape without generous contributions from co-publishers and from the authors of the various chapters.

We are also very these diverse contributions into a coherent and easily readable story. 4 Table of contents Infographics. This book could not have been written a decade ago. From to the mids, the UK government strongly promoted the third sector in the delivery of public services, but it was too early to reach research-based judgements about the implications of its expanding role.

Public Speaking in a Diverse Society; Media Edition Currently unavailable. This introductory public speaking text integrates discussion of cultural influences on communication with instruction in public speaking theory and by: Chapter four examines policies pertaining to basic service delivery that can address and support cultural diversity.

Finally, chapter five summarizes the lessons learned from the design of culturally sensitive policies for delivering services to a diverse population.

How can service delivery policies be designed and implemented so as to recognise and support cultural diversity. This book finds that long-term investment and strategies are needed.

Basic principles include the importance of bottom-up and participatory approaches, deep institutional change, and ongoing policy adaptation.

Poorly planned and under-resourced interventions can. In todays diverse society, public speakers need an awareness of their audience.

Culture influences communication styles & this book explains why those who understand cultural influences will become more effective public speakers. The text emphasizes practical public speaking skills, devotes a Price: $ The third sector delivering public services: an.

commissioners of services from a diverse supply base including community ac tion in civil society, Author: Rob Macmillan. Delivering mental health services for a diverse society. We need to marry policy and practice.

develop a mental health workforce that is capable of delivering effective mental health services to a diverse population, and build capacity within communities for dealing with mental illness by deploying community development workers Cited by: Delivering mental health services for a diverse society - We need to marry policy and practice Article (PDF Available) in BMJ (online) () September with Reads.

“An excellent and wide-ranging text which will be a key reference work for academics studying the role of the third sector in delivering public services in the United Kingdom. Peter Wells “In a period of change and uncertainty, this is a timely, thoughtful, and challenging book for decision makers, academics, and practitioners : Over the last two decades, there have been repeated attempts to join up services and achieve local outcomes that are responsive to citizen needs (see our timeline of key initiatives).

However, the public service landscape remains complex, with a mix of organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors delivering a huge range of services which are rarely coordinated with. Diverse workforce in the public services associations and unions The benefits of having a diverse workforce the police force also have formed associations such as the Black Police Association, who were involved wit the making of the secret policeman, with 72% saying they still.

Public services and equality Why it mattErs, and Why WE nEEd a nEW apprOaCh 1 Henry KiPPin rSA henry Kippin is an associate partner at rsa public services (), and a visiting fellow at Queen mary, University of London.

rsa public services is a practice-research and policy development hub. it works with.structures help to provide more efficient, diverse services on a competitive basis. Third party government raises the problem of acountability to the public and requires new methods of audit and control.

All these changes in traditional public services slowly developed the environment for alternative ways in service Size: KB.Delivering personal health budgets Book Description: Personal health budgets are an important new tool to improve the lives of people living with long-term conditions and disabilities by giving them greater choice and control over their is .