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Better Data: Making the third sector business case for health improvement

The Better Data agenda was developed in conjunction with Public Health England and Regional Voices delivery partner One East Midlands to help third sector organisations use publicly available data sources. In the current financial climate the need for organisations to demonstrate their worth to commissioners has never been greater.  

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One East Midlands annual conference: Legacy and Learning Post Event Page

On Thursday 26th November 2015, One East Midlands welcomed members, partners and stakeholders to our final policy conference for the VCS across the East Midlands.

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Appointment of D2N2 LEP Board representative

The new VCS representative has been appointed to the D2N2 LEP Board.

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One East Midlands announces closure

Fiona White, Chair of One East Midlands, announces that One East Midlands will cease trading at the end of December 2015.

The UK Civil Society Almanac 2015

The UK Civil Society Almanac 2015 is now live – you'll find all the new data on the voluntary sector here: http://data.ncvo.org.uk/

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Volunteers Week 2015

Volunteers’ Week is an annual event which takes place on 1-7 June. It celebrates the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK.

Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network launches it’s 5 year strategic plan

The Neighbourhood & Home Watch Network is the national umbrella body representing Neighbourhood Watch members across England and Wales. It has just launched a new Strategic Plan outlining its ambitions over the next five years.

Disability Rights UK launches 'Get Yourself Active' pilots (including Leicester)

Disability Rights UK is in partnership with Sport England to increase the number of disabled people playing sport or to access sporting opportunities.

Analysis of health and educational benefits of sport and culture

This report further develops the evidence base around the social and wellbeing value of culture and sport. By better understanding the social impact and value of these sectors, it is hoped that it will help others to make the case at the local level for both the wider benefits of culture and sport and the potential of sports and culture based interventions to achieve wider social outcomes e.g. health and wellbeing improvements.

Funding for peer support projects in 9 pilot areas (including Northamptonsshire)

MIND plan to make 45 grants of between £5,000 and £15,000 to organisations that want to offer peer-led peer support to more people, and work with us to build an evidence base for the effectiveness of peer support.

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