Investing in Society
Through this campaign, NICVA is seeking to ensure that the sector has a real say in the shape of future investment and that future funding mechanisms are transparent and consistent for all.
NICVA is seeking to ensure that future public funding, budgeting, and programmes, including support provided to the sector through grants and contracts, is focussed and prioritised on the effective delivery of positive outcomes for society, through appropriate mechanisms that meet real needs.
Research and Reports
The Department of Finance has just released a report of the responses to its 2019 rates consultation including views on the charity rates exemption
On Tuesday 25 October, Finance Minister, Conor Murphy, and officials from his department held a sector consultation roundtable at NICVA on devolving more powers to the NI government to raise revenue from taxes
The Northern Ireland Fiscal Commission, established in March to investigate devolving greater revenue-raising powers to the NI Executive, has published its findings today
The draft NI Public Budget for 2021-22 and a number of departmental budget proposals are out for consultation. Will this result in less money for the same things or more for what is needed and what works?
Read here how the current proposals for the Department for Communities budget if implemented could leave major funding shortfalls in wide range of areas
Belfast City Council have recently launched a new online citizen engagement platform, Your Say Belfast with the aim of enabling easier access to the policy development process.
NICVA is seeking nominations for representatives to sit on a new VCSE Sectoral Advisory Panel being established by the Belfast Community Planning Partnership
Employers for Childcare launched the findings from their 10th Annual Childcare Survey yesterday in Parliament buildings.
Cliff Edge NI Coalition Submission to the Joint Inquiry into Welfare Policy- what are the main points?
The Cliff Edge Coalition NI is a group of over 70 organisations in NI who have joined together to express concern about the upcoming end of the welfare reform mitigations in March 2020.
A joint inquiry has been launched by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee and the Work and Pensions Committee into the impact of welfare policy in NI including a focus on policies such as Universal Credit and the two-child limit.
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