The VCFSE has a strong collective voice and evidence of the impact policies are having on communities. Any anti-poverty strategy should look to harness this collective influence and target areas of policy such as welfare, work and education that could have a lasting, positive impact… Read More »Collectively we can influence policy
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A well resourced VCFSE can act as support to people furthest away from the labour market. Working as a whole system with public and private sector the VCFSE could provide valuable volunteering opportunities to enable people to develop skills private and public sector employers require.… Read More »Volunteering as a route to employment
Involve the VCFSE in conversations about investment through national funds; town deals, future high street etc. The VCFSE needs to be around the table and listened to in order to make real changes that improve the lives of those most vulnerable in our communities.