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A report from GoWell in the East End examines the likelihood of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, and associated regeneration activities, having economic impacts upon the East End.
By Kenneth Gibb, University of Glasgow The 20th Commonwealth Games have come and gone. Glasgow has demonstrated that it can successfully deliver a large-scale, global, multi-sport and cultural event. It can fill the stadia, shuttle people around the city relatively efficiently, and generally provide a positive and memorable experience for visitors and residents alike. I…
Policy Scotland has have established a new legacy research network to bring cities and academics together to share learning about what works and what does not from sporting and cultural events around the world
Date: Thursday 24th July 2014 This networking event is intended as a companion session for the main Commonwealth Games Business Conference and provides a complementary Future Cities focus to the UKTI British Business House established in the city for the Games. As Glasgow is the UKs Future City Demonstrator city, it has developed considerable expertise…
Three public engagement debates related to the Commonwealth Games, focused on elite sport, national sport and physcial activity.
New research suggests that an initiative that helps male football fans feel better and live a healthier lifestyle by losing weight, taking more exercise, and improving their diet has had success.
Papers from a Commonwealth Cities Legacy Network Preparatory Workshop hostd by Policy Scotland.
Introduction to a research project to evaluate the legacy of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, specifically how regeneration in the East End influences the health and lifestyle of local residents.