Economic Inequality in Northern Ireland research launched

Economic Inequality in Northern Ireland

In articles Centre for Economic Empowerment Economy

NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment (CEE) has launched new research which documents economic inequality in Northern Ireland – how high it is, how this compares to other countries, and how it has been changing. Research concerning distributional analysis has also been launched.

Research: Distributional Analysis and Weighting in Central Government Assessments 

EU Referendum and the VCSE sector

In articles Policy  Economy

NICVA recently held a conference on the EU Referendum to inform the voluntary and community sector on the primary arguments for and against leaving the EU.

DIY Committee Guide rebooted

In articles Governance and Charity Advice Governance  

Following the revised Code of Good Governance launch earlier this year the DIY committee guide website has now been re-launched after a complete revamp.

NEW Employment Life-cycle Training Series

In articles Training and Skills HR

NICVA and Sector Matters have developed a new series of essential Employment life-cycle seminars to guide you through the 5 critical elements of the employment relationship.









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