Getting ready for the GDPR - the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) checklist

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. Organisations are being urged to take action now, as it may take a considerable amount of time to implement the necessary changes. Failure to comply could have far reaching and disasterous consequences for VCSE organistaions' ability to fundraise and communicate with service-users, members, the general public and other stakeholders.

 

VCSE organisations that employ fewer than 250 people will be able to access a new telephone advice service about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This service will open from 1st November, 2017.

The service will be run by the Information Commissioner’s Office and forms part of a package of tools and resources available to organisations to help them prepare for the huge changes that will come with GDPR - the replacement for the current Data Protection Act. This new law will come into effect on 25 May 2018.

Sustain Equalities form 2017-18

Volunteer Bristol is committed to equalities monitoring to improve its services. This is so that we can address any access issues and barries that some people may face. We also want to make sure that everybody who accesses our services is equally happy with the outcome.

Please be assured that this information is held anonymously and confidentially in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. This form will not be connected to your referral form.

Volunteer Bristol Services
1. Race and ethnicity
Choose one section from A - E then tick the appropriate box to indicate your cultural background.
6. Disability

Thank you for taking the time to fill in this form, it helps us to ensure that we plan and provide fair and accessible services.

If you like to discuss this form, please contact us on 0117 989 7734 www.volunteerbristol.org.uk

 

The King's Fund has produced a handy guide to Commissioning, aimed at those working in health and social care. The guide starts at beginner level, and moves into more complex areas of commissioning.

The resource can be accessed here.

Over half of workplaces are missing out because they are excluding disabled talent.

This Government resource page is designed to help you recruit and retain disabled people and people with health conditions for their skills and talent. 

Your organisation can sign up to the Disability Confident Employer scheme.

2 August, 2017
Written by Anna McMullen, Team Manager, Bristol Pound.
 

LawWorks develops resources which provide general information for not-for-profit organisations on specific areas of law, to enable them to spot and avoid potential legal problems.

Free Talks are short online videos about common legal issues faced by small not-for-profit organisations. The videos are all free to watch and aim to help you when making important decisions.

 

Trustee Recruitment Toolkit
The purpose of this toolkit is to provide information and advice that will support your organisation to recruit, select, appoint and induct new trustees. The aim is to positively influence how effective your organisation is in the future through achieving a balanced board and a well governed organisation.

 

 

Trustee roles - chair, treasurer and secretary

This guide gives basic information on the key roles on a trustee board.

 

 

Governance for Community Interest Companies - A Practical Framework

 

Governance for Community Interest Companies: A Practical Framework offers practical principles, hints and tips for anyone looking to demystify governance and build firm governance foundations for their CIC.

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