ScopeNI: the magazine from NICVA – articles including ‘Could ex-offenders be an untapped resource in NI?’; and ‘Realistic expectations make Social Impact Bonds look worthwhile’. To read these and more, please go to http://mailchi.mp/nicva/scopeni-magazine-20-august-2017?e=33df67ea58.
How Northern Ireland can Tackle Food Waste (excerpt from NICVA’s Scope magazine) “All over the world there are cafes who sell food that was otherwise destined for the bin. An industry is emerging powered by social entrepreneurs who are helping to solve two problems, food poverty and food waste simultaneously and also providing employment and […]
(excerpt from NICVA’s SCOPE magazine) “The Third Sector is widely misunderstood and the value that it brings to society massively understated by politicians and policy makers. At Scope we want to address that. Over the next weeks and months we neonics will be running a series of features on the Power of Doing Good, exploring the full range […]
NICVA Budget Implications for Voluntary and Community Organisations – from Seamus McAleavey, Chief Executive: Re the failure to agree a budget for April 2017. The current situation is that if agreement is not reached between the political parties fairly quickly after the election on the 2 March then the Permanent Secretary at DoF […]
At http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=5838488b4625db6430a7f34bb&id=dfaf7f9311&e=33df67ea58 including ‘What is an independent examination?’ (an alternative to audit); ‘Free Farm Health & Safety Workshop’; ‘Summary and Annual Complaints Report’ Patient & Client Council; and ‘2017 Autism Conference – A Practical Guide’ 26 Jan at 10am in the Ulster University, York Street, Belfast.
Scope NI Newsletter: is published by NICVA – the purpose of ScopeNI is to publish news, analysis, comment and insights into public policy and thereby to enhance civil society. The latest news from NICVA including: ‘The truth about homelessness and street deaths’; and ‘Harsh Lessons charities must learn from in 2016’; and lots more – just […]