Below are details of meetings of CamdenCEN (CCEN) and the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP).
All CCEN meetings are open meetings and we would especially welcome people who wish to attend our seminar meetings which are targeted at specific themes in the Camden Community Strategy.
Follow this link for our protocol for CCEN meetings
Using the links in the table you can jump directly to a comprehensive list of all CCEN/LSP meetings and seminars held in a particular month.
Following on from the two seminars held in December, please visit our 'what's New' page for more details about CamdenCEN's response to the developing vision of the LSP.
This meeting brought together voluntary sector representatives from CamdenCEN, Children & Families Network, Health and Inequalities Forum and Health & Social Care Forum to discuss the position of the VCS in light of the changes to Camden's local strategic partnerships.
In January, the Local Strategic Partnership (LSP) will be looking at its structure for the future and CamdenCEN wants to develop ideas with the VCS for that vision. This seminar sought views and ideas from the VCS about involvement in strategic decision-making and the developing future of the LSP.
Following on from the Big Society Discussion, this seminar discussed the following issues:
Are smaller organisations ready for partnerships?
Will organisations lose their identity to funders?
How will partnerships help bids?
Financial and legal implications of bringing organisations together in partnership/consortia
Camden Community Empowerment Network hosted a consultation event for local organisations and groups at Voluntary Action Camden.
Between 12 and 1.30pm voluntary and community sector groups had the opportunity to discuss the options presented in the Council's recently published consultation document: 'Voluntary and Community Sector Review - Working Together in a More Difficult Climate'.
From 1.30 – 2.30pm council officers attended to hear feedback and discuss ideas and concerns.
Approximately 50 representatives from across the Voluntary and Community Sector attended the discussion to ask questions, share knowledge, and discuss ideas about meeting the future needs of the communities they work with in view of the governments' Big Society agenda.
This was the final seminar in the series showing how the Local Strategic Partnership links with the other strategic partnerships in the borough. The seminar focused on the Community Safety Partnership and addressed:
Following on from the seminar on the Local Strategic Partnership and how it links in with the other strategic partnerships in the borough, the CCEN held a seminar to look at how groups working with children, young people and families can engage with the statutory sector. We also looked at the new Children's Trust Board (successor to the Children & Young People's Partnership) and how that fits in.
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