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  1. Communities that Work’s question time with MPs

    …. The focus was to discuss the details of the Communities that Work / ERSA Manifesto. As the polls areshowing that it will be a tight race in May we made the case for social landlords to be actively involved in shaping and delivering employment and skills programmes for our customers. Each of the Westminster politicians took the opportunity to hear what Communities that Work members had to say about their Party’s employment proposals for the Lib-D…

  2. Centre for Cities report – Delivering Change: What Housing Associations can tell us about employment and skills

    …nd skills in June this year. They reference the Communities that Work:ERSA manifesto and also featured a few case studies including some Communities that Work members (Guinness, Great Places, Hyde) You can read more about the report here: www.centreforcities.org/publication/delivering-change-what-housing-associations-can-tell-us-about-employment-and-skills/ Or download it direct via the link below: Centre for Cities report- Delivering Change: What…

  3. Latest member day – report and useful links

    …we know!) of resources in the UK for budding entrepreneurs Resolution Foundation-2014 – Just-the-job-or-a-working-compromise RSA_A_manifesto_for_youth_enterprise_09-13…

  4. Guarantees for EU-funded projects and Shared Prosperity Fund update

    …ed Prosperity Fund (UKSPF). The Chancellor confirmed that the Conservative manifesto committed to establishing a UK Shared Prosperity Fund to reduce inequalities between communities across the UK’s four nations, once we have left the European Union and EU Structural Funds. His progress statement provided an update on our proposals to develop a UKSPF, including: The objective of the UKSPF. The UKSPF will tackle inequalities between communities by r…