Maximising the potential of civil society in Northern Ireland - The Law Family Commission on Civil Society

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On 25th November, NICVA hosted a 'Maximising the potential of civil society in Northern Ireland' workshop along with the Law family Commission on Civil Society, a programme created by Pro Bono Economics.

The workshop introduced the 2-year program which centers around research, consultation, and policy development.

The program aims to highlight the importance of civil society to decision makers, to strengthen investment in civil society, and unlock the potential in the civil society sector to compliment and work with the public and private sector.

Following the workshop, a discussion with participants took place, highlighting the challenges individuals from the VCSE sectors have had surrounding cross sector collaboration, but also the importance of working holistically to provide services.

For full details on the Law family Commission on Civil Society, slides from the workshop have been made available.

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