We have had a piece of research completed by Southampton University into our Environmental impact and our desire to become more eco-friendly.
You can download the report here: Becoming environmentally friendly report.
Volunteer Option report.
Business Innovation Project 4: “A report on Volunteering and Social Isolation” by: Chu, Francis, McNamee and St Clair (December 2018.)
This report was written as a result of One Community requesting research into reaching lonely and isolated people with a view to them accessing volunteering. Compiled in December 2018 this report includes practical recommendations for One Community going forwards, some of which are being implemented in the short or medium. Some to form longer term goals and which may depend on accessing further funding.
To download the full report please click on the link below:Volunteer Option Report
If you would like to look through the report, without downloading it see below:
From time to time our staff and volunteers undertake research on behalf of organisations who want to improve their services. We have undertaken research for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC).
LGBQT Healthwatch research.
In the summer of 2018, One Community joined with Healthwatch to undertake some research. We did this research at Eastleigh PRIDE and we talked to a number of people and captured their responses on a questionnaire. The findings about the treatment of those who identify as LGBQT when accessing healthcare are demonstrated in this report.LGBQT healthwatch research
One Community Members Report 2017
One Community offers support and information to voluntary and community groups across the boroughs of Eastleigh and Fareham. Currently One Community has 186 full member organisations (see Appendix 1 for membership details), we have lost one member since the survey started on 21st June 2017. Fareham organisations can apply for associate membership.
This document reports on the work undertaken by one of our volunteers, Dave Bowring, as part of our continual update of our database of members and at the request of Eastleigh Borough Council about local community and voluntary sector organisations. Organisations change telephone contacts, expand or contract services, and our volunteer contacts all members at least once a year to check our details are up to date.
The aim was to understand how many beneficiaries our members are in contact with in their service, recognising it was not possible to establish if a beneficiary used more than one service.
Download the report here: Members-Report.pdf
Report on Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older People
Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations Survey Report 2016
Is Eastleigh a Neighbourly Community?
This report is the result of the debate held on the topic on the 1st of October 2016.
Once Called Twice Shy
A project commissioned by the Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner to look into victim experience of the police response to domestic abuse. A small 6 week project carried out at the end of 2015.
Neighbourhood Watch Engagement Project 2015-2016
Working alongside Hampshire and Isle of Wight Neighbourhood Watch Association and the PCC, researcher Kylie Barton created this report into broadening engagement as part of a year long project which will end in May 2015.
Neighbourhood Watch (Research)
Domestic Abuse Provision for Young People 2015
Commissioned by the PCC, this is the result of the 10 month project undertaken by Kylie Barton here at One Community looking into what support there is available for 11-19 year olds who have experienced domestic abuse in the county.
St Thomas’ Lunch Club
Read a detailed illustration on the the social value of Lunch Clubs.
Eastleigh Good Neighbours
Read a detailed illustration of the social value of Eastleigh Good Neighbours.
Our current research includes:
- How to measure outcomes & impact of a local service (commissional work, hopefully available early 2016) Telephone: 02380 902400 or Jean Roberts-Jones)
- The maze of information on getting help with care (how we can improve our information service) Telephone: 02380 902400 or Jean Roberts-Jones
One Community are always on the look out for new projects, and so if you have any research needs please do get in touch.