Bullying and Harassment at Work
Conciliation and Arbitration
Disclosure and Debarring
Full and Fair Investigation
Lay Off and Short Time Working
Time Off for Dependents
Variation To Contract
The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – Key Findings
This summarises the main report “The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey”, covering key data about Surrey’s communities and VCFS provision in Surrey.
The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – Full Report
This is the full report from RAISE, commissioned by Surrey Community Action, covering the needs of Surrey’s communities and the VCFS provision to meet those needs.
The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – RAISE Conclusions and Recommendations
These are the conclusions and recommendation made by RAISE following the main report into Surrey’s communities and VCFS provision. It should be read alongside the discussions generated during Surrey Community Actions conference on 07 May 2013. These discussions can be found in the forum area if Surrey Community Action’s website www.surreyca.org.uk.
The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – Conference Summaries
This highlights the key points raised by the first three speakers at Surrey Community Action’s 07 May 2013 conference on tghe needs of Surrey’s communities and VCFS provision to meet those needs. It covers the speakers: Rt Revd Jonathan Clark, Bishop of Croydon Lavinia Sealy, Chair of Surrey County Council Mary Bruguieres, Lead Manager, Police and Strategic Partnerships, at Surrey County Council
Conference Presentation by Michael O’Toole
These are the slides used my Michael O’Toole, Crown Representative for Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprises, at Surrey Community Action’s 07 May 2013 conference on “The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey”
The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – RAISE Presentation
These are the slides used by Kathy Atkinson and John Slater of RAISE at Surrey Community Action’s 07 May 2013 conference on the needs of Surrey’s communities and the VCFS response to those needs.
Evaluation Report for Surrey Voluntary Car Schemes (Good Neighbours)
To understand the value of voluntary car schemes to the districts in which they operate, and across Surrey as a whole, Surrey Community Action invites Voluntary Car Schemes and Good Neighbour Schemes to complete a survey every 12 months. The results of the survey are detailed in this short report.
Good Neighbour and Voluntary Car Schemes
Rural Housing Conference 2014 – Constraints, challenges and lessons
Presentation by Burstow Local Housing
Rural Housing Conference 2014 – Managing Rural Homes
Presentation by English Rural Housing
Rural Housing Conference 2014 – Community Land Trusts
Presentation by Action in Rural Sussex
Surrey Community Action Information
Funding Fair 2019
Good Neighbour newsletter
VCFS Funding Report
District and Borough Fact Sheets
Lessons and opportunities: Perspectives from providers of social impact bonds
In this paper, NPC examine the evolution of Social Investment Bonds (SIBs) from the perspective of providers and sector experts who attended their roundtable in April 2014.
Collaborate to Innovate presentation
Skylark’s presentation on the benefits of collaboration and a suggested framework to help achieve a successful collaboration