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Comment phase now open: draft Strategic Plan 2019-22
With resources likely to be cut in real terms over the next few years, the Commission has developed a new draft Strategic Plan 2019-22, which aims to address how and to what extent the Commission can fulfil its objectives effectively and efficiently.
As part of an eight-week comment phase, running from 19 September 2018 to 12 November 2018, the Commission is calling on all stakeholders to share their views on proposals within the draft plan.
Comments received will support the Commission in finalising a plan that will direct organisational priorities over the next three years, enabling the Commission to deliver the statutory framework governing charity regulation in Northern Ireland.
How can you engage with the Commission during this comment phase?
We would encourage you to get involved, and have a say on the Commission’s future strategic agenda. There are a variety of ways you can provide your comments on the draft proposals:
1. Read the Commission’s proposals for the draft Strategic Plan and complete an online questionnaire which is available here
2. Complete the questions in the document below and either:
- email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or
- post it to Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, 257 Lough Road, Lurgan, Northern Ireland, BT66 6NQ
Strategic Plan 2019-2022 comment phase document
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Comments should be submitted as early as possible before 5 pm on Monday 12 November 2018.
You can also keep updated on our engagement, and other Commission news, via our Twitter feed @CharitycomNI using #NIcharities
The Commission will also host a roundtable discussion on the proposals in the draft Strategic Plan at its public meeting 2018, which will be held on Monday 15 October 2018 at Mossley Mill in Newtownabbey. For more information and booking, click here.
If you would like to take part in this consultation and have any accessibility requirements which we should be aware of, please do not hesitate to contact us and let us know.
In completing the consultation questionnaire, you will be asked to voluntarily provide some personal data. We encourage you to read the Commission’s Privacy notice which sets out what the Commission does with this information.