What does the 2015 election mean for volunteering?
- On 14 July, the Volunteering Forum met in Leeds, to discuss the policy priorities and trends that are likely to shape the political landscape and what this means for volunteering.
- Justin Davis Smith, Executive Director of Volunteering and Development at NCVO, introduces the Volunteering Forum.
- First speaker of the day, Jo Casebourne from the Institute of Government introduces the post-election environment.
- — Jo Casebourne (@jocasebourne)Tue, Jul 14 2015 08:58:41
- Jo Casebourne explains key priorities of the new government, including:
- - Decentralisation and devolution
- — NCVO Volunteering (@NCVOvolunteers)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:04:14Jo Casebourne, Programme Director, Institute of Government talks us through the mysteries of Devolution at #volforum
- — Kristen Stephenson (@KristenVols)Tue, Jul 14 2015 09:57:05Devolution will continue to be a govt priority. The UK is highly centralised compared to lots of other developed countries #volforum
- — gethyn williams (@gethynwilliams)Tue, Jul 14 2015 09:59:14
- — Kristen Stephenson (@KristenVols)Tue, Jul 14 2015 09:59:56
- — Jo (@LocalityCentral)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:01:28
- - Public service reform
- Next up, Justin Davis Smith from NCVO focuses on the impact of the election on volunteering
- — NCVO Volunteering (@NCVOvolunteers)Tue, Jul 14 2015 10:19:30
National Volunteering Forum, 14 July 2015
What does the 2015 election mean for volunteering? Tuesday 14th July Oxford Place Centre, Leeds
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