The Dundee Partnership has five Executive Boards whose role is to oversee Community Planning processes that fall within the scope of the City Plan (Dundee's Local Outcome Improvement Plan or LOIP). This includes sharing planning, leadership, and resources to make things happen effectively, and monitoring of relevant activity. Details of their remit are listed in the section below. Executive Board Remit Each Executive Board within the Dundee Partnership will have the responsibility to: Provide shared, overall leadership of the strategic theme (Work and Enterprise; Children and Families; Health, Care and Wellbeing; Community Safety and Justice) on behalf of the Partnership Identify and implement improvements in governance and accountability to communities and partners Drive collective achievement of the agreed outcomes as set out in the Local Outcome Improvement Plan/SOA for Dundee 2017-22 and subsequent reviews Agree high level, collaborative priorities for inclusion in the LOIP based on a strong analysis and evidence of local needs, circumstances and opportunities Set short, medium and long term outcome performance targets and indicators and the partnership actions required to achieve these Performance manage and report annually on the outcome achievement Co-ordinate activity with other Dundee Partnership strategic and cross cutting themes *Cultural Development; Sustainability; Protecting the Public; Substance Misuse) Create effective mechanisms to empower and engage with communities Understand, act upon and reduce inequalities of outcome where these are experienced in Dundee Identify and deploy sufficient joint resources to meet agreed ambitions Organise, plan and deliver collective services and actions using a locality approach Plan and implement a decisive shift to prevention Fair Work & Enterprise Dundee will be an internationally recognised city at the heart of a vibrant region offering excellent employment, business and cultural opportunities. For more information on the work within this strategic priority, view the City Plan document. July 2018 also saw a report published on the estimated impact of cultural activities on Dundee. View the Cultural Impact Report and the executive summary. Children & Families Children in Dundee will have the best start in life and reach their full potential. For more information on the work within this strategic priority, click here. Health, Care & Wellbeing People in Dundee will have improved physical and mental wellbeing, live independently and experience fewer health inequalities. For more information on the work within this strategic priority, click here. Community Safety & Justice Our communities will be safe and feel safe. For more information on the work within this strategic priority, click here. Building Stronger Communities People in Dundee will have access to better quality housing and neighbourhoods, be more empowered, have better access to green and open spaces and better transport conenctions For more information on the work within this strategic priority, click here. For group membership and minutes click here.