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MADLUG NEW PRODUCT - Student Backpacks!!
7 June 2018

Children In Care Being 'Pinged' Around Homes & Schools

Almost 2,400 children in care had to deal with a change of home, school and social worker, all in the space of a year in 2016-17, according to the commissioner’s annual stability index, which tracks the experiences of children in care.


SEWF 2018 - Bursaries available
7 June 2018

Social Enterprise NI are planning to take a group of social enterprises from NI over to the Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) being held in Edinburgh between the dates of 12-14 September

 

Background to Social Enterprise World Forum


Social Enterprise NI response to launch of NI Assembly Outcomes Delivery Plan 2018/19
7 June 2018

Social Enterprise NI as the representative body for the Social Enterprise sector are delighted to see that David Sterling, Head of Northern Ireland Civil Service launched the Outcomes Delivery Plan for 2018 & 2019 yesterday at a leading social enterprise Bryson Charitable Group.

This shows the importance of the Social Enterprise sector to the NI Assembly by Mr Sterling for choosing to launch this vital plan at a Social Enterprise.  This also demonstrates that social enterprise is a vital economy in helping to rebalance our local economy.


PoweredbyTalent Conference - 14th June 2018
30 May 2018

Powered By Talent (PBT) is a new conference for Belfast. PBT will lead the narrative on how businesses in Northern Ireland can be world leading in attracting, developing and retaining a company's primary asset - TALENT!What is Powered By Talent?Competiton for talent is at its hightest level for 10 years. The latest official figures show the Northern Ireland unemployment rate was 3.5% in the three months between December and February 2018. That represents a fall of almost two percentage points compared to the same period last year.


Leisure in Belfast - A year in review 2017
10 May 2018

 

Excellent reading from GLL on their year delivering Leisure services in Belfast on behalf of Belfast City Council

Click here for full report