Programme Manager - Partnership Development and Collaborative Improvement
Tel: 01443 864754
The Standing Conference provides an opportunity for the key decision makers from various organisations across Caerphilly county borough to come together to look at ways of improving the quality of life for residents and businesses.
With a membership of 80+ organisations from the statutory, business and private, voluntary and community sectors, the Standing Conference comes together twice a year, in the Spring and Autumn. Each event contains a mixture of presentations from expert speakers and workshop sessions.
The most recent Standing Conference took place on 12th June 2015. The event called "Not Standing Still ...... Economic Recovery in Caerphilly" followed on from the previous conference to look at how partners can work with the business and social enterpise sector to improve the economic prospects of the borough and its residents. You can read the reports and presentations by selecting the links below.
30.01.15 - Standing Conference Agenda 30th January 2015 (PDF)
30.01.15 - The Impact of Welfare Reform on the Valleys (PDF)
- Professor Steve Fothergill, Sheffield Hallam University
30.01.15 - Cloud 9 Digital Inclusion Project (PDF)
- Rhymney Comprehensive School Council and Matthew Lloyd, Communities 2.0
30.01.15 - An Anti-Poverty Strategy (PDF)
- Robert Hartshorn, Chair of Anti-Poverty Task Group
30.01.15 - Standing Conference Report - 30th January 2015 (PDF)
Date for the Diary
The next Standing Conference is being planned and the details will appear here. To add your organisation to the mailing list or book a place contact Alison Palmer, Community Planning Coordinator, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01443 864409.
Copies of reports and presentations from past conferences are available here.