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Webinar Roundtable with Northern Ireland Deputy Secretary for Engaged Communities Group, Department for Communities, Moira Doherty

Wednesday, May 27, 2020 - 14:00 to 15:30
Remotely

Chief Officers 3rdSector (CO3) is delighted to invite you to a discussion with Moira Doherty, Deputy Secretary for Engaged Communities Group, Department for Communities.

The event will provide an opportunity to have an open and candid conversation on the leadership challenges that Covid-19 has had on our sector to date, the support measures and DfC’s response to date and what is needed to protect the charity sector moving forward.  

The roundtable will be limited to a maximum of 20 Full CO3 members (i.e. CEO/Director level) and will operate under Chatham House Rule.

Places will be selected on a lottery basis if we exceed the max number of places.


Date: Wednesday 27th May 2020

Time: 2pm-3.30pm

Venue: Remotely

To register please email louise@co3.bz by Friday 22nd May 2020. 

To take part you will need access to an internet connection and smart device or computer. You will receive the joining instructions before the event takes place

Technical support will be on hand from the CO3 team.  If you experience any issues or initial questions about attending virtually. Contact us


Moira Doherty, Northern Ireland Deputy Secretary for Engaged Communities Group, Department for Communities

Moira Doherty is the Deputy Secretary for Engaged Communities Group in the Department for Communities. The Engaged Communities Group is responsible for:

  • Historic Environment Division, which surveys, records and maintains an archive about the historic environment and designates its most important features as: Monuments in State Care; Scheduled Monuments; Listed Buildings; and Historic Parks and Gardens
  • Public Record Office NI (PRONI), which  was established for the reception and preservation of public records including records of Government Departments; courts of law, public bodies and NDPBs; and records deposited by private individuals, churches, businesses and institutions
  • Culture Division, which has responsibility for policy development and delivery on Irish, Ulster Scots and sign language; oversight of the North/South Language Body; Arts infrastructure and strategy; the creative industries; community festivals, museums & libraries and architecture and built environment for Northern Ireland
  • Active Communities Division, is responsible for policy development and delivery; governance and accountability; and operational management of the bodies responsible for sports and Armagh Observatory and Planetarium. It also has responsibility for Regional and Sub Regional Stadia Programmes.
  • Voluntary & Community Division, which supports vibrant, effective and more sustainable Voluntary & Community Sectors through a range of programmes and initiatives and acts as sponsor Division for the Charities Commission NI.
  • Community Empowerment