NCVO Members' Assembly, Colchester

Engaging with our 15,000 members face-to-face is core to our work as a membership organisation. We hold 20 members' assemblies throughout the year, aiming to reach all nine English regions.
25 February 2020 - 10:00
(Good availability)
Location Icon FirstSite Lewis Gardens, High Street, Essex, Colchester, CO1 1JH
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We hope that by attending, our members will have the opportunity to:

  • hear the latest on public policy and other current issues facing the sector, and how NCVO is working on these
  • learn about the practical benefits and resources of your NCVO membership
  • contribute your ideas to NCVO work
  • meet other NCVO members and network over a free lunch

We are particularly keen to hear a wide diversity of views.

Who can attend

This Members' Assembly is open to staff and trustees of all NCVO’s 15,000+ member organisations. Non-member organisations in the local area are also welcome, however booking in advance is required.

Agenda

10.00: Registration and welcome
10.30: Learning session delivered by NCVO
11.15: Shaping the future of NCVO
12.30: Break
12.45: Local learning workshop in partnership with our co-hosts, Community 360
13.30: Lunch and networking, 1-2-1 advice with NCVO and local infrastructure

Over the last six years, public, voluntary and commercial partners in Colchester have been working through the One Colchester Strategic Group and latterly through the North East Essex Health and Wellbeing Alliance.They have been working to maximise opportunities to develop co-produced solutions and responses to public health and well-being trends. This has included collaborating on developing new programmes of work, such as ‘Building a Dementia Friendly Community' and 'Tackling Inactivity', building closer networks and embracing an asset based community development approach.

Community 360 would like to use the event as an opportunity to engage with local NCVO members to explore how they can further develop existing and future programmes of work, ensure they are fit for purpose and that they understand the assets and challenges facing your local community.