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Publications

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


A combined framework which can be used as a resource for the development and assessment of community participation. A companion handbook to What Works in Assessing Community Participation,


Document produced by the Centre for Economic Strategies centred around four themes aimed at strengthening and protecting local economies. Intended to be a template for an NI manifesto


A framework for local authorities to commission for economic resilience and for community organisations to evidence their local economic impact.


A framework for local authorities to commission for economic resilience and for community organisations to evidence their local economic impact.


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.


Development Trusts NI (DTNI) will host its annual conference in the Waterfront Hall Belfast on the 18th and 19 June. The annual Development Trusts NI conference is a unique opportunity to engage with the network of community enterprise development trusts


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