The definitive resource on the size, scope and finances of the Northern Ireland Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Sector
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NICVA’s research team develops knowledge and provides a strong evidence base on issues that affect the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
We produce reports for the benefit of sector organisations, researchers, policy makers and organisations interested in the sector. This includes research on workforce, income, volunteers and the composition of the sector
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As the lead body for the sector in Northern Ireland, we take our responsibility to look after our member’s interests very seriously.
Our work includes facilitating the policy fora, consulting and responding on a range of issues.
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Courses are offered in Leadership and Management, Coaching and Mentoring, Social Enterprise Support and Management of Volunteers.
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NICVA are currently offering the level 3 award and level 4 certificate in education and training.
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Our membership includes over 1,000 Members grass-roots community organisations, voluntary groups, household name charities and associate members from statutory and business sectors.
Building Partnerships with other organisations is an essential part of our work.
We represent the voluntary and community sector on many committees, fora and working groups.
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NICVA now provides free membership for all small groups.
1 Jul 2008 Denise Copeland Last updated: 14 Aug 2014
The Charities Bill (as amended at consideration stage) reached its final stage in the Assembly on 30 June and is now waiting Royal Assent.
The Social Development Committee published its Report on the Charities Bill to the Assembly on Tuesday 13 May 2008.
It is anticipated that the Charities Bill will receive royal assent in mid September 2008.
Governance and Charity Advice Manager[email protected]
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