NICVA's Centre for Economic Empowerment is commissioning research on the economic impacts of sectarianism and racism in Northern Ireland. Further details are set out below and in the attached document.
All voluntary and community organisations in Northern Ireland must consider if they are eligible to register as a charity and if so, they are legally required to make themselves known to the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland.
Representatives from the voluntary and community sector today met with the Assembly Committee for Employment and Learning in an informal session to address issues with the European Social Fund and the DEL Draft Budget proposals.
A delegation of voluntary and community organisations met with Finance Directors from all government departments to explain the voluntary and community sector should not bear the brunt of unfair or disproportion cuts in the 2015 budget round.
Every two to three years NICVA conducts a survey which aims to provide a comprehensive overview of changing salaries and employment benefit trends in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector in Northern Ireland.
At NICVA's recent conference the debate around welfare reform focused on the people here who will be most affected by the reforms and the plans that need to be made to ensure they do not fall further into poverty.
NICVA Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action is registered as a company limited by guarantee in Northern Ireland No. NI001792
NICVA 61 Duncairn Gardens, Belfast BT15 2GB | Registered Charity Number NIC100012
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