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A free online networking opportunity for local voluntary organisations, co-hosted with Nottingham CVS.
Online via Zoom
This Members’ Assembly is aimed at staff, trustees and volunteers from NCVO (The National Council for Voluntary Organisations) member organisations in and around Nottinghamshire. Non-member organisations in the area are also welcome. To help co-ordinate local priorities and themes, the event is being co-hosted with Nottingham CVS. Registration is via the NCVO website (direct link below).
NCVO Members’ Assemblies enable NCVO to gather vital information from the sector and understand the challenges that voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations are facing, which informs all their work. If you aren't currently a member of NCVO, this session will also help you understand if membership would benefit your organisation or group.
See https://www.ncvo.org.uk for more information about NCVO's work.
Attendees will have the opportunity to:
• hear the latest on public policy and other current issues facing the sector, and how NCVO is working on these
• meet and network with other voluntary organisations in Nottinghamshire
• share best practice, experiences and ideas.
We will explore two key policy areas:
• the findings of the 'Rebalancing the Relationship' report, addressing competition and collaboration, particularly between organisations of different sizes delivering public services
• the findings of the 'The Road Ahead 2021' report (NCVO's annual analysis of the changing operating environment for anyone working in the voluntary sector).
We will discuss what these reports mean for VCSE organisations in Nottinghamshire and what organisations can do to prepare for the future. You will also have the opportunity to hear from Nottingham CVS on the preliminary findings of the State of the Sector 2021 survey.
Free to attend
Find out more and book your place via the NCVO website at