partnership working

partnership working

The interfacing of different organisations—e.g., social services departments, the NHS, and the voluntary sector—to achieve a common aim. The goal is one of independent and equal partners collaborating within a common framework.
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A councillor this week criticised what he believes are failures in the partnership working between Stirling Council and other agencies.
"We fully support partnership working between agencies, as was demonstrated so effectively during the recent spell of wintry weather, and we are always open to new ways of working.
One of the pupils sharing his experience of partnership working was S3 pupil Callum Sergeant.
This project has shown the benefits of partnership working."
These include partnership working and voluntary measures which still allow the sector to deliver the outcomes that society wants."
Better Partnership Working Complete Set, 2nd Edition; 5 volume set
- Managing Change Through Partnership Working - http://www.phast.org.uk/content/managing-change-through-partnership-working (9th December 2016)
This year, MPs on the All Party Parliamentary Group on Faith and Society established a set of principles to assist partnership working between local authorities and faith groups, known as a Faith Covenant.
Andrew Burnip, director of Crisis Skylight Newcastle, said: "The day was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate and showcase partnership working in the city and the excellent work of the Foyer in providing services that truly transform the lives of young people.
The Community Partnership Working for Families in Orbiston has brought together parents from Sacred Heart Nursery and Orbiston Nursery School in Bellshill, Lanarkshire.
"Never has partnership working been so important and the police service doesn't reduce crime without the assistance from other partner agencies.

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