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Reach & Impact prospectus 2014/2015

One East Midlands’ Reach & Impact project has launched its 2014/2014 prospectus, containing details of workshops aimed at raising the awareness, capacity and knowledge of the VCS to access the European Regional Development Fund and the European Structural Investment Funds programme.

SUTE resources transfer to One East Midlands website

The Stepping Up To Enterprises website, which aims to help VCS organisations develop trading and income generation, has been transferred to within the One East Midlands website.

East Midlands Local Infrastructure Symposium 2014

Following the success of last year’s local infrastructure symposium 2013, on Wednesday 9 April from 10am to 3pm at Nottingham Mechanics, 3 North Sherwood Street, Nottingham NG1 3FB, One East Midlands and BIG Assist are hosting another free joint event for local infrastructure organisations across the East Midlands to look at future directions and new opportunities.

Commercial Skills Masterclass, 8 – 9 April, Nottingham

Rearranged from November last year, additional places have become available on this two day masterclass to build commercial skills for public service delivery, taking place in Nottingham on Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 April.

One East Midlands annual conference: Legacy & Learning 2015

The final One East Midlands annual event:  Legacy & Learning took place on Thursday 26th November in Nottingham.  Presentations and information from the event are now available on-line.

Building Better Opportunities

One East Midlands, on behalf of the Big Lottery Fund in the D2N2 LEP area, is raising awareness within the voluntary and community and social enterprise sector of the opportunities available through the European Social Fund.

Health & Wellbeing data masterclass for third sector organisations - Lincoln, 30th November 2017

Opening up the world of publicly available health and wellbeing data to support the business development of third sector organisations.

Changing the Rules, Not Just Explaining the Rules! Friday 1st December 2017

The VCS works hard to help solve many social problems, often being the only organised support to the most vulnerable or the most marginalised. To do this it helps deliver that support, but is most effective when its experience is taken up in the design of that support.  The One East Midlands annual event will be an opportunity to discuss changing policy and the future of funding at local, regional and national levels.



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