NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment is commissioning research on the economics of an ageing population in Northern Ireland. This article sets out terms of reference for those wishing to submit a tender.
NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment is commissioning research on public procurement and innovation in Northern Ireland. This article sets out terms of reference for those wishing to submit a tender.
NICVA have recently taken advantage of the Belfast City Council ‘Superconnected Cities’ scheme along with Atlas Communications, allowing for a £3000 grant towards the installation of a new high speed data connection.
With no agreement in the current pay dispute between the employers' and trade union sides of the NJC (National Joint Council), over 1.2 million local government employees in NI, England and Wales will go on strike on 10 July 2014.
As the leaders of the political parties begin their next round of meetings community organisations have come together to call on them to finish the job and deliver a working agreement on parades, flags and the past.
Help us find the right direction - have your say about NICVA’s future plans. We want to hear what your priorities are for the next few years, what are the key issues your organisation is facing, and what help you will need from NICVA.
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