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Gavin Megaw

By Gavin Megaw, Director at www.hanovercomms.com

“Not many things exceed your expectations these days, but this did.” That is what I said when I was asked about a recent trip to the Grand Canyon. I can easily say the same about the CO3 Conference at the Slieve Donard Hotel in Newcastle, Northern Ireland.

By Nora Smith, Chief Executive of CO3

Nora Smith, Chief Executive of CO3, reflects on a busy year and a successful Leadership Conference and Awards event. 

By Tim Harrison, Research Director, nfpSynergy

Charities face a challenging political environment in Northern Ireland today. As a research consultancy with a specialism in political monitoring, we wanted to sponsor the ‘Leading on Political Impact’ award at the CO3 leadership conference this year. In our research, we have seen lots of charities demonstrating best practice in this field and we consider this award recognition of their good work.

Magic of leadership Conference... Interview with Mark Goldring, CEO of Oxfam GB

Mark Goldring, is the CEO of Oxfam GB. He was previously Chief Executive of VSO and has worked in the field for the United Nations Development Programme, the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and Oxfam too - as Bangladesh country director in the 1990s.  Before joining Oxfam, he was Chief Executive of Mencap. His considerable services to tackling poverty and disadvantage were recognised in 2008 with a CBE.

Achieving excellence and supporting future leaders in our communities

This week we introduce a think piece by Joanne McDowell, Big Lottery Fund Director for Northern Irleand. Joanne zooms in on the elephant in the Third Sector room: the very people and organisations dedicated to healing conflicts, promoting equality and leading social economic growth in their local communities are still not recognised as the to-go experts. Their work is regularly overshadowed, disregarded or even halted by the actions of others who believe they know best.

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