NCVO members’ Assembly, Cambridgeshire

Date: 22 September 2021
Time: 00:00 - 00:00
Location: Online
Training & Events
The NCVO Members’ Assemblies enable them to gather vital information from the sector and understand the challenges that voluntary organisations are facing, which helps improve their work. The assemblies are also a great opportunity for NCVO members to network with each other, share ideas about current issues and talk directly to NCVO staff about how we can support them.
By attending our Members’ Assembly co-hosted with Cambridge CVS, members will have the opportunity to:
  • hear the latest on public policy and other current issues facing the sector, and how NCVO is working on these
  • meet and network with other voluntary organisations in Cambridgeshire
  • share best practice, experiences and ideas.


09.30: Registration and networking
10.00: Welcome and agenda overview
10.10:  Rebalancing the Relationship: Competition and collaboration in Cambridgeshire
10.55:  Break
11.05:  The Road Ahead
11.50:  Thanks, evaluation, close


In 2018, NCVO, ACEVO and Lloyds Bank Foundation launched a project to address competition and collaboration, particularly between organisations of different sizes delivering public services.
The findings from this project and considerations for practice are laid out within the Rebalancing the Relationship report. By building awareness and highlighting good practice, this report aims to encourage organisations to work in a more collaborative way.
At the Members’ Assembly they will explore the findings of the Rebalancing the Relationship report with voluntary organisations in Cambridgeshire.


The Road Ahead is NCVO’s annual analysis of the changing operating environment for anyone working in the voluntary sector. It identifies and explains forces and trends that are shaping the sector and are likely to have an impact on organisations in the future.
At the Members’ Assembly, we’ll explore the findings of The Road Ahead 2021 report with voluntary organisations in Cambridgeshireand discuss the following.
  1. The key drivers shaping the sector in 2021: Politicaleconomicsocialtechnologicalenvironmental and legal
  2. What the findings of the report mean for voluntary organisations in Cambridgeshire
  3. What organisations in Cambridgeshire can do to prepare for the future.
You’ll have the opportunity to hear from local colleagues and Cambridge CVS on these issues, as well as contributing to the wider conversation and debate.


This Members’ Assembly is aimed at staff and trustees from NCVO members in and around Cambridgeshire. Non-member organisations in the area are also welcome.


This event is free.

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