Report on combat poverty led consultation process for people living in vulnerable circumstances

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/297171
Title:
Report on combat poverty led consultation process for people living in vulnerable circumstances
Authors:
Combat Poverty Agency
Publisher:
Combat Poverty Agency
Issue Date:
Feb-2006
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10147/297171
Item Type:
Report
Language:
en
Description:
In the context of its role in supporting consultation on the National Action Plan against Poverty and Social Inclusion 2006-2008 (NAP/Inclusion), the Combat Poverty Agency undertook to organise a consultation process focusing on the poverty issues affecting vulnerable groups. This was in agreement with the Office for Social Inclusion (OSI), Department of Social and Family Affairs, who have a lead role in co-ordinating the development of the next Irish National Action Plan against Poverty and Social Exclusion. The purpose of the Combat Poverty-led consultation was to build on issues raised in the submissions and wide-ranging regional seminars that formed the broader NAP/Inclusion consultation process undertaken by the Office for Social Inclusion (OSI). Combat Poverty commissioned the Centre for Corporate Community to design, facilitate and report on this consultation process. Five consultation meetings/workshops were held. Combat Poverty’s particular interest was in ensuring the views of people and groups in particularly vulnerable situations informed the next NAP/Inclusion 2006-2008. Combat Poverty was also interested in initiating a process of engagement between statutory and voluntary sector organisations that could potentially be continued throughout the lifetime of the NAP/Inclusion plan. The report of this consultation exercise is structured as follows. Section 2 sets out the methodology. Section 3 provides a summary of the key findings from the workshops. The content of each of the workshops (1 – 4) is summarised in the appendices, which also a list of attendees.

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DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorCombat Poverty Agencyen_GB
dc.date.accessioned2013-07-31T08:47:35Z-
dc.date.available2013-07-31T08:47:35Z-
dc.date.issued2006-02-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/297171-
dc.descriptionIn the context of its role in supporting consultation on the National Action Plan against Poverty and Social Inclusion 2006-2008 (NAP/Inclusion), the Combat Poverty Agency undertook to organise a consultation process focusing on the poverty issues affecting vulnerable groups. This was in agreement with the Office for Social Inclusion (OSI), Department of Social and Family Affairs, who have a lead role in co-ordinating the development of the next Irish National Action Plan against Poverty and Social Exclusion. The purpose of the Combat Poverty-led consultation was to build on issues raised in the submissions and wide-ranging regional seminars that formed the broader NAP/Inclusion consultation process undertaken by the Office for Social Inclusion (OSI). Combat Poverty commissioned the Centre for Corporate Community to design, facilitate and report on this consultation process. Five consultation meetings/workshops were held. Combat Poverty’s particular interest was in ensuring the views of people and groups in particularly vulnerable situations informed the next NAP/Inclusion 2006-2008. Combat Poverty was also interested in initiating a process of engagement between statutory and voluntary sector organisations that could potentially be continued throughout the lifetime of the NAP/Inclusion plan. The report of this consultation exercise is structured as follows. Section 2 sets out the methodology. Section 3 provides a summary of the key findings from the workshops. The content of each of the workshops (1 – 4) is summarised in the appendices, which also a list of attendees.en_GB
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherCombat Poverty Agencyen_GB
dc.titleReport on combat poverty led consultation process for people living in vulnerable circumstancesen_GB
dc.typeReporten
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