RSA Scotland Fellows' Borders Network: Measuring Job Quality

Fellowship Event


Event postponed

  • Public Services & Communities
  • Communities
  • Community engagement
  • Fellowship

Unfortunately, due to circumstances outside of our control, this event will be postponed until further notice. A new date will be announced in due course, and we hope to see you there.

RSA Fellows and guests are most warmly bidden to register, attend and participate. A presentation will be made on the "Measuring Job Quality" Report issued in September and which was prepared jointly between the Carnegie UK Trust and the RSA.

Mark Diffley
Mark Diffley is a highly motivated individual with a wide range of expertise and experience. The core of his successful career has been focused on impacting policy and political decisions through high quality research. He is motivated by a desire to lead colleagues to develop and grow business in new areas. He is passionate about communicating analysis and advice clearly and effectively. As a researcher he led all Ipsos MORI’s political polling, comment and analysis through a period of significance change, including the 2014 independence referendum, elections in 2011, 2015, 2016 and 2017 and the EU referendum in 2016 . Delivered Scotland’s most significant social research studies - Scottish Crime and Justice Survey and the Scottish House Condition Survey. He has led research for government, public sector and businesses covering all public/social policy issues. He is a skilled qualitative researcher from focus groups to large scale deliberative workshops across all policy issues.

Douglas White FRSA
Douglas is Head of Advocacy at the Carnegie UK Trust, where he leads the organisation’s Digital Futures and Fulfilling Work policy and development programmes. Douglas works with charities and governments across the UK and writes and presents extensively on a wide range of public policy issues. He is a member of a number of experts groups and panels, including the CILIP Advisory Group on data privacy, the UK Digital Inclusion Research Group and the Scottish Ministerial Advisory Group on Digital Inclusion. He is Vice Chair at Shelter Scotland, a board member of One Digital and a guest lecturer at the University of Glasgow. Prior to joining Carnegie, Douglas held senior positions at Consumer Focus Scotland and Blake Stevenson Ltd, a social and economic research consultancy. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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Event postponed

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