Community Sector Partnership for Children and Young People (CSPCYP)
NCVYS is a member of the Community Sector Partnership for Children and Young People (the CSPCYP). The CSPCYP is a strategic partnership that aims to influence the children and young people's policy and practice agendas, both nationally and through its members locally, to ensure that community sector organisations are able to play their full role in the local planning and delivery of services for children and young people. Other members of the group include ACRE, bassac, NAVCA, NCVCCO, Community Matters and the Rural Youth Network.
The CSPCYP has published two policy papers focusing on the relationship between children's trusts and the community sector. The first, talking trusts, sets out straightforward recommendations encouraging children’s trusts to do more to engage with voluntary and community sector partners, especially small organisations who are doing critical work with children or young people on the ground. The second, Community Involvement in Children’s Trusts – Unlock Your Potential,offers guidance for community and voluntary organisations delivering services to children or young people on how to engage effectively with children's trusts.
To download a PDF version >> talking trusts
To download a PDF version >> Community Involvement in Children’s Trusts – Unlock Your Potential
Alternatively you can order a hardcopy by calling us at 020 7278 1041.
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