Intermediaries Network Meeting (Hybrid)
SCVO's Intermediaries Network reflects interests in the arts, disability, the environment, housing, learning, social care, sport and transport.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically reshaped how we work, it has also transformed the way we think about organising and attending events. This meeting will be an opportunity for intermediary bodies to share their experiences and learnings around organising events in a post-pandemic world.
We will also be joined by SCVO's Policy and Public Affairs Manager Paul Bradley, who will update members on the progress with turning the 'Scottish Government funding of voluntary organisations - insights from senior leaders of intermediary bodies' report into a public-facing paper for the approval of the network to publish.
The meeting will end with an informal lunch and networking.
A full agenda will be circulated prior to the meeting.
This event will take place in person at SCVO's office in Mansfield Traquair Centre, Edinburgh. A hybrid element will be available to those who cannot make it in person on the day. Please note, the lunch and networking will only be available to members who can attend the meeting in person. In-person places are limited and will be issued on a first come, first served basis.
Remaining Intermediaries Network meeting dates for 2022:
- Tuesday 22nd November, 10:00 -11:30 am
This event is open to colleagues within voluntary sector intermediaries.
By signing up for this event, you understand SCVO will send details about how to join the call via Zoom and share any other resources relating to this event only.
- 10:00-12:00, 23 August 2022
- Kyrstie Brown
- Attendance type
- Hybrid in-person and online
- Mansfield Traquair Centre, 15 Mansfield Place, Edinburgh EH3 6BB. SCVO's offices are accessed through the car park.
- Online venue
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