The Compact Debate: 2008 National Conference
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Compact, the agreement which sets out shared commitments and guidelines for working between government and the voluntary and community sector. To mark the occasion, a conference is being held on 9 September to debate the future of the Compact and discuss key questions.
This conference is a unique opportunity for anyone working within government or the voluntary and community sector to influence the debate on the status and future of the Compact and hear the views of other opinion formers. The conference will address key questions such as:
- Why is the Compact still important?
- What more could a Compact do?
- Who should it apply to?
- What needs to change?
- What about statutory powers?
The conference is being held on 9 September 2008 at the ICC Birmingham. For more information and to book a place please visit: