- Changing Landscapes for the Third Sector brings together the research of a group of projects that have been following the experiences of organisations in meeting some of the key challenges facing the voluntary sector. The project is led by the Timescapes Data and Methods Service, University of Leeds in collaboration with the Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) University of Birmingham, and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). The conference showcased this research.
Ahead of the conference, delegates were eagerly anticipating an interesting day.
- — Jane Hustwit (@Jane_Hustwit)Thu, May 01 2014 09:19:08
- The introductory speech was delivered by Rob Macmillan of Birmingham University -Third Sector Research Centre.
- — Gill Crawshaw (@GillVolition)Thu, May 01 2014 10:18:19
- Karl Wilding, NCVO, then gave the keynote speech.
- — Peter Bass (@prbass)Thu, May 01 2014 10:24:32Term "voluntary sector" recent idea - coined in 80's by Hinton to bring together charities and campaigners as 1 sector #changingsector
- — Gill Crawshaw (@GillVolition)Thu, May 01 2014 10:24:48Boundaries between 3rd sector & other sectors eg public & private, are blurring. How does this affect public's perception? #changingsector
- — Gill Crawshaw (@GillVolition)Thu, May 01 2014 10:29:56A question we've asked at Volition: what is 3rd sector for, providing services or campaigning? #changingsector
- — Nick Davies (@NJ_Davies)Thu, May 01 2014 10:32:24
Changing Landscapes for the Third Sector conference
Here's a summary of the 100 plus tweets about "Changing Landscapes for the Third Sector", a one day conference held on Thursday 1 May 2014.
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