NICVA AGM & Conference

NICVA AGM & Conference

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Our AGM and Conference on Thursday, 10 December will focus on the potential, the pitfalls and the processes necessary to allow innovation for public good to thrive in Northern Ireland.

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CEE report

New research report launched

In articles Centre for Economic Empowerment Economy

NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment (CEE) has launched a research report which aims to identify the fiscal impact of the changing age profile of Northern Ireland. 

Free NICVA membership for small organisations

In articles Membership 

Did you know you can join NICVA for free if you are voluntary, community or social enterprise organisation in Northern Ireland with an income of under £20,000 per year? 

Building on the past: Is government doing enough to protect historic sites?

In articles Detail Data Open data Policy

Almost 500 historic buildings across NI are deemed to be at risk, according to figures obtained by Detail Data.









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Sector Matters: Free employment seminar on Whistleblowing

This free Sector Matters seminar will be delivered at NICVA by Mark McAllister, Employment Relations Manager, the Labour Relations Agency on Monday, 30 November from 10am - 12noon.


Online Fundraising

The interactive workshop is designed for charities and fundraising organisations who need to raise the visibility of their work and campaigns online and to improve their fundraising.


Manifesto Engagement Meeting - DUP

To enable our members to put the issues important to them, their organisation and service users in front of local political parties whilst they are still drafting their manifestos we have arranged a series of two hour meetings with a number of the local political parties.