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  • Cynrychiolwyr y Trydydd Sector yn cyfarfod y Gweinidog Bydd Cyngor Partneriaeth y Trydydd Sector yn cwrdd ar 24 Tachwedd pan fydd Lesley Griffiths AC, y Gweinidog Cymunedau a Threchu Tlodi, yn y gadair am y tro cyntaf. Mae yna eitemau pwysig iawn ar yr agenda, gan gynnwys: polisi newydd Llywodraeth Cymru ar wirfoddoli sut y gall y Cyngor Partneriaeth weithio’n well yn y dyfodol i helpu ...
  • TSPC representatives to meet Minister The Third Sector Partnership Council (TSPC) will meet on 24 November 2014 with Lesley Griffiths AM Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty in the chair for the first time. There are some very important items on the agenda, including:  the Welsh Government’s new policy on volunteering how the TSPC can work better in future to help people and ...
  • Culture Group discusses impact of funding cuts on local cultural activity The first Welsh Government Culture Group to be Chaired by the new Deputy Minister responsible for Culture, Tourism and Sport, Ken Skates took place in Cardiff on 16 October 2014. Voluntary Arts Wales has a seat at the table and this allows for the interests of the sector to be represented at Government level. The group brings ...

Consultations

  • VAW respond to Arts Council of Wales’ Inspire consultation Voluntary Arts Wales responded to the Arts Council of Wales’ recent consultation ‘Inspire – our strategy for Creativity and the Arts in Wales’.   Read what we have to say here VAW Inspire Arts Council of Wales strategy consultation response    We have a Policy Group which meets three or four times a year to discuss issues of interest and / or concern ...

Research reports

  • Tailor-made – how community groups improve people’s lives The Community Development Foundation has published its latest research: ‘Tailor-made: How community groups improve people’s lives’. It shows the vital contribution small community groups make to society and how funders can best support them. ‘Tailor-made’ is the first overall, national picture of the value community groups bring and finds that without small amounts of funding, much ...

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