Third Sector organisations will get extra help to keep them training, ensuring they get the best performance from staff during challenging economic times.
New legislation will give local people new rights to shape local services and give greater responsibility to local authorities to promote economic development.
The Government has committed to the introduction of new legislation to drive up standards in education and training.
The Prime Minister has set out the Government’s ‘fair rules’ agenda, outlining a wide range of policy initiatives designed to support strong communities.
Lord Drayson, Minister for Science and Innovation, has appointed Liam Black as a Trustee of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).
The sum available for social causes could be up to 10 times the £400m currently estimated, say experts.
CHANGEit encourages young people to speak up and take action in society – because they are the leaders of the future.
It all began a few weeks ago with a simple conversation over a cup
Aberdeen Charity receives over £1million investment from Inspiring Scotland.
Alton, Hampshire came one step closer last week to witnessing the return of its community radio.
A new full-time community radio station exclusively for the Grantham area launches on Monday.
The Greener Living Fund (GLF) aims to help individuals and communities in England live more sustainably, reducing their carbon footprint and reducing pressure on natural resources. Grants will be awarded for two years to around ten national third sector organisations.
From November 25 to December 10th AMARC-WIN will highlight 16 days of activism against gender violence.
Representatives from a large cross section of stations participated in the research and we are grateful to all those who gave up their time to contribute.
Ofcom has invited applications to apply for the second round of funding in 2008/09 from the Community Radio Fund. The deadline for applications is 2 December 2008.
Entering into Service Level Agreements with a variety of public bodies is vital for community radio sustainability and also will become increasingly vital for the public bodies themselves.