Supporting the capacity of voluntary and community organisations in engaging hard to reach groups
Activities and materials which build, support and grow the capacity of voluntary and community organisations to reach out to unemployed and inactive people who are furthest from the labour market, including community enterprise
Activities and products
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4Children Voluntary Management Committee Toolkit >> 4Children (formerly Kids’ Clubs Network) together with EQUIPE have devloped this resource to help you build and develop your Voluntary Management Committee.
A mapping of refugee and community organisations in Birmingham and Solihull >>This report analyses the mapping exercise carried out in Action 1 in order to provide evidence and recommendations which guided the implementation of capacity building initiatives.
Access, learning and employment needs of newcomers >>The Centre for Urban and Regional Studies at the University of Birmingham was commissioned by Birmingham and Solihull Learning and Skills Council to undertake a programme of research, to provide a clearer and more in-depth account of the size, skills and needs of the asylum seekers and refugee (ASR) population.
Action Research Pilot >>This report was the evaluation of a small action research pilot carried out as part of the work of the REFLEX Partnership.
Aspire Booklets >> Two booklets describing: 1.
Building Community Capacity for Sustainability Pack >>This publication highlights the key elements, challenges and lessons of the capacity building programme undertaken by Islington Training Network (ITN) on behalf of “Supporting Inclusion in Enterprise Development” (SIED).
Capacity Building ESOL Learning for asylum seekers >>The aim of this report is to understand the issues for both asylum seekers accessing and receiving ESOL support in Birmingham and Solihull and issues for the organisations delivering to this agenda.
Cardiff Voluntary Sector Training Forum Network >>A Voluntary Sector network exists already but does not address learning issues specifically.
Carnival, Culture and Capital: The future of creative enterprise >>Research paper describing the potential for community carnivals and festivals in London to act as platforms for promoting and developing creative businesses.
Celebrating Enterprise Brochure >>Brochure detailing the work of the Celebrating Enterprise project.
Celebrating Enterprise: Ethnic Entrepreneurs and Festival-based Businesses >>Paper presented to the ICEEM International Colloquium in 2007.
Collaborative Network >> Equalitec has built a network of over 70 organisations including 30+ employers in the private sector; training providers at all levels; women’s groups; trade and intermediary bodies; professional bodies; policy makers and innovation institutions who contributed experience and resources supporting Equalitec’s work.
Community Festivals and the Challenges of Sustainability >>Flyer aimed at festival organisers and contributors detailing the help that is available as part of the project.
Community of Interest Platform (COIP) >> COIP is an intranet resource which has been developed to enable all partners, including transnational partners to share systems, ideas, engage in discussion groups, keep each other informed of progress, post key documents etc.
Community Radio Conference >>This was organised by Radio Regan in Manchester.
Developing Economic Capacity in Communities Seminar >> Developing Economic Capacity in Communities Seminar: A summary of discussion and recommendations.
Developing Sustainable Organisations >> Programme Evaluation and Impact Assessment .
Development Needs of Community Organisations for Enterprise Support >>This was one of a series of reports, carried out by Kingston University, presenting the results of the research component of Reflex.
Domestic Evaluation Executive Summary >>The Equal Access Development Partnership was the largest Theme A Partnership in Round 1 of Equal.
E-Communications and Community Organisations (NIACE) >>Action Research report for CliP project on the use of electronic communications in community based learning organisations Partneship building.