CV Pillar

CV Pillar Calls for 'Just Choices in Difficult Times'

Today at a briefing to Oireachtas members, the Community and Voluntary Pillar (CVP)  called on the Government to make decisions that are fair and just, that protect the vulnerable and ensure t

CV Pillar to Brief Oireachtas

The 17 member groups of the Community and Voluntary Pillar of Social Partnership (which includes The Wheel) will be holding a special briefing on Wednesday (19 October) for members of the Oireachta

Towards a Viable Future in Precarious Times

The Wheel is continuing to work with our 16 colleague organisations on the Community and Voluntary Pillar to offer the new Government an alternative way forward that will protect vulnerable people

Oireachtas Members Urged to Consider Budget Alternatives

Oireachtas Members Urged to Consider Budget Alternatives

The 17 member Community and Voluntary Pillar of Social Partnership (of which The Wheel is a member) briefed politicians in Dublinon Wednesday 6 October on how the Government can best develop an integrated national recovery strategy. The CV Pillar’s recommendations have already been presented to Government as a pre-budget submission.

The Wheel representing the sector: latest updates

The Wheel and our sixteen colleague organisations in the Community and Voluntary Pillar are continuing to work to protect vulnerable people, and the social infrastructure in place to support them,

Government is Failing to Protect the Vulnerable - CV Pillar

At a meeting in Dublin today the 17 members of the Community and Voluntary Pillar of Social Partnership presented their proposals on how the Government can best develop an integrated national recov

Social Partnership

new potential mechanism proposed for dialogue between sector and state

The Wheel is a member of the Community and Voluntary Pillar of the national Social Partnership process, and was centrally involved in negotiating the current national agreement, Towards 2016.

The Towards 2016 Agreement

The Government accepts that additional supports will be required for charities to meet their obligations in the new regulatory environment...

The Towards 2016 Agreement and the development of the community and voluntary sector

The Need for a National Plan

We need a coherent policy framework and a national development strategy for the community and voluntary sector.

 We need a national plan to support community and voluntary activity!

The Charities Act

The Charities Act, enacted in February, 2009, represented a very significant milestone for community and voluntary activity in Ireland.

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