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No. 16 – Working with a wide range of local authorities (28th March 2019) What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 16
No. 15 – Special edition, Celebrating World Social Work Day 2019 What Works Centre e-newsletter No.15
No. 14 – #iuseevidence movement gathers pace in Birmingham (5th March 2019) What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 14
No. 13 – Practitioners movement for evidence-based practice (1st February 2019) What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 13
No. 12 – Happy holidays and thank you! (20 December 2018)What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 12
No. 11 – First birthday edition! (14 November 2018)What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 11
No. 10 – Call for new partners to deliver Change Projects (03 October 2018)What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 10
No. 9 – Co-designing the future WWC (14 September 2018)What Works Centre e-newsletter No. 09
No 8 – Centre seeks Executive Director (13 August 2018) What Works Centre e-Newsletter No 8
No 7 – 21 local partners announced (24 July 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 7
No 6 – Sir Alan Wood appointed as Founding Chair (5 July 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 6
No 5 – Local authorities invited to become Pioneer Partners (4 May 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 5
No 4 – Seeking Founding Chair (18 April 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 4
No 3 – World Social Work Day (26 March 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 3
No 2 – Practitioners’ Panel and Children and Young People Panel (17 January 2018) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 2
No 1 – Practitioners’ Events (15 November 2017) What Works Centre eNewsletter No 1

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