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Community Capacity Building Review Consultation

publication date: 7 February 2004

Briefing on the Community Capacity Building Review

The Women's Resource Centre in London has sent out a
Briefing on the Community Capacity Building Review.

The importance of this consultation is in exploring how the Government will develop and support the resources and processes for community groups operating at local level to build their capacity. This includes processes for funding for groups working at local level, and it also determines what structures will be set in place for local groups to have input into determining local priorities, which will also impact upon funding opportunities.

This Review of Government support for Community Capacity Building is part of the Regional Co-ordination Unit?s Review of Area Based Initiatives, specifically of three community funding streams operating in England; the Community Empowerment Fund, Neighbourhood Renewal Community Chests, and the Community Champions Fund.

The Women?s Resource Centre will be holding a consultation on the Community Capacity Building Review on Monday, 9th February from 1:30-3pmat Toynbee Hall. Participants are invited to attend lunch with members of the WRC Policy Forum from 12:45-1:30, before the consultation.

Links to the consultation document, ?Building Civil Renewal?, and  ?Findings of the Review?, a Government document outlining action plans on community capacity building can be found at:

http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/docs2/ccbrconsultintro.html



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