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Charity sector election manifesto: Stronger communities

Ahead of next year’s general election, we’re working with ACEVO to develop a manifesto on behalf of the charity sector. Join us to share your views, priorities and challenges. This session will explore how government can work with charities to support communities

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Charity sector election manifesto: Stronger communities
Charity sector election manifesto: Stronger communities

Time & Location

13 Feb 2024, 10:30 – 12:00

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About the Event

Communities have been at the heart of the country’s responses to the pandemic and cost of living crisis. Charities are key to building stronger communities.

This session is an opportunity to discuss our election manifesto. We'll explore how a new government can ensure that communities are resilient, connected and empowered.

Discussions will be based on the manifesto feedback we’ve received so far. You may want to provide written feedback ahead of this session.

You can also join our upcoming sessions on the following areas.

This event is free. This event will be delivered by NCVO.

If you're an NCVO member, don’t forget to log in to your website account before booking. Follow our instructions if you need help logging in to your website account.

Outcomes:

By the end of the event, you’ll:

  • help shape the manifesto’s approach to communities
  • understand what NCVO and ACEVO will do to ensure the new government supports the role of charities in building stronger communities
  • understand how you can help support this work.

Who should attend:

Anyone who works or volunteers for a charity and wants to be involved in shaping our manifesto.

You don’t need to have a lot of knowledge of the political system to take part.

How will it be delivered:

This event will take place on Zoom. Captions will be available.

We'll share joining instructions, including the Zoom link, in advance.

Timings are as follows.

  • 10.30: Introduction – manifesto proposals and time for questions
  • 10.55: Breakout discussion
  • 11.15: Feedback from groups
  • 11:25: Discussion on feedback and how this can be reflected in the manifesto
  • 11:50: Agree actions

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