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The NCVO (National Council for Voluntary Organisations) is holding a series of seminars, and providing other useful information around charities reopening, rebuilding, and adapting, at this time.
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To mark policy day during Small Charity Week, we will be discussing how small charities can build organisational resilience, considering the impact of covid-19. The Charities Aid Foundation, as part of their Resilience Programme, has identified six characteristics of resilience for small and medium sized charities. In this webinar, based on these characteristics, we will share policy insights and practical tips to help strengthen and support small charities in such a challenging climate. We will be joined by Beth Clarke, CAF’s Resilience Programme Manager as well as policy and impact experts at NCVO.
Entering a new phase of the Covid-19 pandemic, with the option of returning to your workplace, has legal and practical implications for all charities. Employers need to be clear about what they are required to do to ensure the health and safety of their staff and volunteers. Employers are having to consider questions such as: what reasonable adjustments should employers make for their workforce in returning to a ‘new normal?’ How can we prepare for what lies ahead? In partnership with TrustLaw, in this webinar we aim to answer these questions. We will be joined by Sarah Valentine, Senior Associate at Eversheds Sutherland and Andrew New, Head of Education at St John Ambulance.
Previous webinars are also available to view:
Advice for leaders having to decide quickly about changes to services and resources, presented by Alex Farrow. Alex also highlights these related resources in the webinar:
Guidance from Dan Francis and Ros Oakley which covered the challenges and opportunities of the easing of lockdown, and also how boards can plan for a period of significant change.