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Local people are more interested in economic issues than political issues, according to new research commissioned by NICVA. The research found that 51% of people here expressed an interest in the economy, while only 40% said they were interested in politics.
NICVA held its first session looking at Open Data on Friday, 21 February 2014. The session brought a range of speakers to look at the concept of open data and how it can be used for public good and to support new models of innovation and engagement. Speakers at the event included NISRA Statistician Robert Beatty, Journalist Kathryn Torney, Application Development Manager Michael Cochrane and Developer David Rice.
The Centre for Economic Empowerment is commissioning research on the living wage in Northern Ireland. The document below sets out the terms of reference for the research and the requirements of tenders. Submissions should be sent to email@example.com by 5.00pm Monday 31 March 2014.
NICVA is now an officially approved Training Qualifications UK (TQUK) centre, entitled to offer the Level 3 Award in Education and Training (QCF), the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training (QCF) and the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (QCF).
NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment (CEE) held a major conference in Belfast on Friday 31 January, looking at issues faced by Generation Y – people born after 1979. Speakers at the 'Creating the Good Economy' event included renowned commentators Bonnie Greer and Ed Howker along with economist Richard Ramsey.
Senior managers in our sector are under pressure to be all things to all people; good with staff, great at listening, brilliant negotiators, emotionally intelligent, resilient, innovative, and finance professionals as well.
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- Consultation Event -‘Enabling Success- A new strategic framework to tackle economic activity in Northern Ireland’
- Better Together-The Reform of Local Government and Implications for the Third Sector
- ILM Level 5 Diploma in coaching and mentoring
- Charity Regulation and Good Governance
- TQUK Award in Education and Training
- Survey Finds Local People More Interested in the Economy Than Politics
- Speedmatching Event
- Open Data for Public Good Seminar
- Invitation to Tender: An Economic Analysis of the Living Wage in Northern Ireland
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- Generation Y
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- Creating the Good Economy for Generation Y
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- Salary Survey 2012
- Viewfinder 15
- Expensive Lending in Northern Ireland
- Social Clauses in Northern Ireland
- Review of the Fiscal Powers of the Northern Ireland Assembly
- The Impact of Welfare Reform on Northern Ireland (NICVA: CEE Report Four)
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