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Irish in Britain Policy Resources

Who’s Who in the Regions?

This very valuable resource comes to you from The King’s Fund, on whose excellent site it had been placed.

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The Social Value Act

The Public Services (Social Value) Act became law in April 2012. The Act places a requirement on commissioners to consider economic, environmental and social benefits of their approaches to procurement before the process starts . But what is meant by ‘social value’ and what are the implications for VCS and the people they work with?

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2011 Census Reports

A big achievement of 2014 was the publication and launch a suite of Irish in Britain commissioned reports on the 2011 Census data. They were launched in the House of Commons on 3 November 2014 at an event chaired by Chaired by Paul Farrelly, MP, of the All Party Parliamentary Group on the Irish in Britain and in the presence of the Irish Ambassador who described the report as an “invaluable resource” for Irish focused organisations across Britain.

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LOCALISM REVISITED

A brief analysis of the Localism Act (2012) and its impact on the Irish community in Britain.

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Care Quality Commission

Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission, an independent health and social care regulator, has appointed two Senior Regional Public Engagement Officers to work across London, South East and South West.

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