Presentation to DTNI/Locality Conference 'The NI Conversation 13: Assets & Ambition Communities Leading Social Change
Presentation to DTNI/Locality Conference Public Assets in NI Central Government: Setting The Scene
A critical appraisal of the needs of the voluntary community and social enterprise sector from Kate Clifford (CEO of the Rural Community Network) given to delegates attending the DTNI AGM March 2016.
Should public sector procurement be ‘Local by Default’? A New Public Service Model. Government’s preference for the delivery of public services, in which scale and standardisation dominate, is not being robustly challenged, especially when scale and standardisation are the problem, not the solution.
Slides of presentation given by Dr Barry Quirk at the DTNI seminar 'Making Assets Work'
An independent review led by Barry Quirk of the opportunities and challenges associated with community asset transfer
Public Asset Transfer - A Scottish Context
Knowing your business and running your business, whether that is providing educational support, delivering employment and training programmes or in meeting health and social care need within your community must be delivered profitably and successfully. Success in a financial sense is easily measured by profit and loss but what of measuring other success factors? How do assess the social capital you build how do we measure the impact, the social outcomes of your work? DTNI is working to develop a new social outcomes framework, a decision making toolkit that will assist public bodies assess how by supporting community anchor organisations, local development trusts to deliver services to manage and own public assets they will deliver against key strategic and statutory social development objectives.