The contribution of the lived experience in addressing gambling harms at the local level

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  • Co-production
  • Involvement good practice
  • Working with communities

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  • Video

Authors:

  • Thomas Mills, Catherine Jenkins, Beyond Local

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Publication date:

  • 14th May 2024

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 15th May 2024
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PHIRST South Bank were commissioned to evaluated the ‘Communities Addressing Gambling Harms’ project, administrated by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority. The project involved a Community of Practice of diverse community organisations and people with Lived Experience.
This video explores the contribution of the lived experience in addressing gambling harms at the local level.

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