New communication training series 2022

11 Mar 2022Sandra Bailie Training and Skills Developmentcommunication, Training, podcasts, Media

NICVA has launched its new communication training series March - September 2022. Working in partnership with Bespoke Communications and Roger Gowdy we are offering 5 courses for staff, volunteers and board members.

Improving your communication skills with NICVA and Bespoke Communications

16 Dec 2019Sandra Bailie Training and Skills DevelopmentMedia, Training, skills

We can help you effectively communicate the difference that you make through our new improved Communications Series in 2020 in partnership with Bespoke Communications.

Campaign Planner - Questions to consider when planning your campaign

19 Jul 2019Siobhan McAlister Policy & Public Affairs, Policy Impact HubCampaigning, Media

Campaigning on important issues is essential to a healthy democracy. The voluntary and community sector has expertise, evidence and experience across a range of issues and plays an important role in influencing policy and effecting positive change.

MediaConnect launches at BBC Northern Ireland

11 Feb 2019Shauna O'Neill MediaConnect, CommunicationsMedia

Partnering with BBC NI, we officially launched our MediaConnect programme on 5 February in Broadcasting House, Belfast.

Behind the scenes at Sunday Sequence

11 Sep 2015Nick Garbutt Media

Scope meets Seamus Boyd, the driving force behind Radio Ulster’s flagship Sunday Sequence show. 

Will the BBC get blown away by the gathering storm?

19 Aug 2015Nick Garbutt Media, Politics

Just how serious is the threat to the BBC posed by the Westminster government and should we be worried about it? 

Marginalised, excluded, demonised?

27 May 2015Nick Garbutt Media, Sector Issues

Scope examines a ground-breaking research project which aims to address the negative stereo-typing of young people by the media. 

Pulling a stroke?

26 May 2015Nick Garbutt Media, Sector Issues

Scope analyses the controversy surrounding the Stroke Association’s shocking claims about stroke rates amongst people of working age and asks if great advocacy can become bad science. 

Inside the Nolan Show

8 Dec 2014Nick Garbutt Media

The “Biggest Show in the Country” is broadcast from a tiny studio at the end of a corridor which dog legs deep into the disorientating innards of Broadcasting House. It’s not easy to find.

Health boss goes to war over negative media coverage

10 Nov 2014Nick Garbutt Media

The tension between the media and health authorities has exploded into open warfare and the dispute goes to the heart of the function of the Press. Scope investigates.