The Future of Work in the Third Sector: Challenges & Opportunities: London

5 May 2011 - 9:30am - 5:00pm

What skills must be developed to meet the needs of the third sector? How might current policies affect its workforce? How can we plan for changes in cross-sector working or environmental imperatives?

The Third Sector Research Centre and the Work Futures Research Centre are bringing together policy makers, employers and researchers to explore issues facing the third sector workforce in a time of change.

Both the paid workforce and volunteers are critical to the success and sustainability of voluntary and community organisations and social enterprises.

This event is a chance for employers, policy makers and researchers to discuss the challenges and opportunities they face in a changing policy environment.

They will have a chance to explore future policies and practices, informed by some of the latest research in the field.

They will also be able to feed into the future research of both Centres.

Speakers include: Skills-Third Sector; ACEVO; NCVO and OCS.

Registration is £30. Register online by 1st May.

More information, including agenda and alternative payment options are here:

If you have any queries, or if costs are prohibitive, please contact Naomi: '+'' + ''; // -->  020 7520 2421

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The Human Rights Action Centre
17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA
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Naomi Landau
Knowledge Exchange Team, Third Sector Research Centre
020 7520 2421