SFS, SCA & Senscot
- Mapping what has happened to date: communication on progress – what has worked; what has not worked; Actions as yet not progressed.
- Greater transparency on what is being funded and why? A more equitable spread of resources – perceived as being too ‘top down’
- More peer-to-peer learning – practitioner-to-practitioner support – i.e CLEs etc
- Localism – local decision-making – local delivery – bottom up approach
- Linkage with other Govt departments – policies and budgets – complementary activity delivered via Action Plan
- Support for Mission-led orgs (private profit) not to receive funding from Third Sector Division – but from other Govt Depts
- Local Authorities picking up on SE Strategies – but more required to see genuine progress with regard to local public procurement activity
- Consistent level of support/resources for SENs – still not been addressed. Seems contrary to Govt rhetoric of ‘bottom up’ approaches.