Events and Training for Women
Privacy Impact Assessments - what you need to know 22nd July 2016, NICVA
Privacy impact assessments (PIAs) are a tool that you can use to identify and reduce the privacy risks of your projects. This session will outline how and why PIAs are a necessary and effective tool to use in your organisation. This free session is part of NICVA's Data Fridays series delivered in partnership with the information Commissioners Office (ICO). Click here for more information.
UPR engagement with NIHRC 27th July 2016, Belfast
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission will join the Consortium to consult with members about what should be included in the Commission's submission to the Universal Periodic Review. The event will take place in the Human Rights Consortium office, on the second floor of Community House (The Consortium’s new address). To RSVP please firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 02890 313780. WRDA Members Health Day3rd August 2016, WRDA OfficesEvent aims to inform and inspire through interactive sessions: August Health Awareness Event
#BigIdeas: Festival of Economics 12th of August 2016, NICVA
Big Ideas: Festival of Economics will bring together key note speakers, panels, workshops and conversations to spark debate about the big ideas that could transform our economy. This massive event that will take over every nook and cranny of the NICVA building. For more info click here.
Charity Commission for Northern Ireland annual public meeting 19th September 2016, Lisburn The meeting will provide an opportunity to find out more about the role and work of the Commission, ask questions and share your views on charity regulation, as well as meet Northern Ireland’s Charity Commissioners. There will also be a guest lecture by renowned legal expert, Oonagh Breen. For more information click here.
Outcomes and Impact: A Global OBA Summit 10th October 2016, Waterfront Hall NCB are delighted to inform you that they are hosting the Global Outcomes Based Accountability Summit in the Waterfront Hall, Belfast in October 2016. The two day event will provide unprecedented access to international speakers and experts in the fields of social change, multi-party collaboration, leadership, negotiation, performance management and the outcomes based accountability framework for disciplined decision making. For more information click here.22nd Annual Regional Sexual Health Conference 2016 23rd November 2016, Ramada Plaza Celebrating 22 years of Conference, this year’s event will bring together a wide range of experts who will present up-to-date research and activities from throughout the UK and Ireland through keynote presentations and interactive workshops. Further info to follow. Demystifying the Public Appointments Process Public bodies make decisions that affect almost every aspect of our daily lives, from the arts, to education to health to transport to sport. A ‘public appointment’ is an appointment to the Board of Directors of a Public Body. Have you ever thought about applying for a public appointment but were put off by the process or because you thought it wasn’t for you? The Commissioner for Public Appointments is keen to encourage a wider and more diverse pool of people to put themselves forward for appointment to the Boards of our Public Bodies. For more information on the workshops available click here: CPA NI Workshop Flyer
How the Assembly Works
This is a free education programme that will provide you with a brief overview of the Assembly, how it works and how you can engage more effectively with it. The training is focused on improving your ability to engage with the Assembly. Sessions start at 9.30am and finish at approximately 1215pm, followed by an optional tour of Parliament Buildings. To find out when the next event or training session will be held, please click here.