Reflections

Professor Deborah Peel reflects on the first session and the derivation of the word ‘wealth’ from ‘well’.


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Franchea Kelly, Chief Executive of Blackwood, on the value of this approach:


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Clark Bremner, Mill 0′ Mains Learning Together Group on being part of this research.


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Colin McGilvery, Sandra Loney, Shona Gorman and Innes Nisbet – members of Link Housing Panel – talk about how they felt the morning went, in particular the postcard from home session.


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Fiona Clark, University of Dundee, and Louise Rennick, NHS Health Scotland.
The concept of ‘home’.


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On ‘speed dating’ to rapidly get to know other participants.


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What does wellbeing mean?


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Sara Dodds (Glasgow Centre for Population Health) and Amanda Britain (Joint Improvement Team). Can you have wellbeing without a home?


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Rosemary Brotchie, Policy and Research Manager with Shelter Scotland, on Shelter Scotland’s Commission on Housing and Wellbeing


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On people’s experiences of slum clearance and multi-storey living.


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Sara Dodds, Glasgow Centre for Population Health. Holistic regeneration –


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Adriana Mihaela Soaita, Research Fellow in Geography and Sustainable Development at the University of St Andrews, shares thoughts with Douglas Robertson, University of Stirling, on the meaning of home and housing in different languages.


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Tony McLaughlin, Wheatley Group, wonders about the purpose of the debate: how to we translate these concepts into policies that deliver outcomes?


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