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Working with Local Strategic Partnerships and Local Area Agreements: Lessons from the New Deal for Communities Programme

Date: 
18/09/2008

This study, published by the Department of Communities and Local Government, explores the relationship between four New Deal for Community (NDC) partnerships and their Local Strategic Partnership (LSP), and what impact if any this has on the Local Area Agreement (LAA).

Turning the tables in England: Putting English charities in control of reporting

Date: 
18/09/2008

Good reporting benefits both charities and funders. But sometimes it can be overly burdensome and excessive. The report Turning the tables in England: Putting English charities in control of reporting by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) was funded by the Office of the Third Sectori (OTS) in the Cabinet Office to help drive forward its programme to cut red tape for charities

Community Engagement: Some Lessons from the New Deal for Communities Programme

Date: 
18/09/2008

One of the distinctive features of the New Deal for Community (NDC) programme is that it puts communities at its heart, seeking to embed community engagement in its structures and working practices and develop capacity within local communities to engage on local issues.

How Can We Most Effectively Tackle Child Poverty and Underachievement?

Date: 
15/10/2008

This Seminar is being held at the Manchester Art Gallery in Manchester on 15 October 2008. This Centre for Public Policy Seminars (CPPS) seminar brings together key figures from across sectors in the important debate on how to effectively tackle Britain's unacceptable levels of child and family poverty and their impact on alienation and underachievement.