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The Steps to Work (StW) statistical bulletins provide key statistical information for the Steps to Work programme.
Prior to consultation, Steps to Work programme destination statistics were published
The Volunteering Strategy sets out a new strategic framework for volunteer development in Northern Ireland. It aims to involve more people in volunteer action to help build a better future for the people of Northern Ireland.
A rapid evidence assessment (REA) was carried out to assess the impact of museum learning programmes on marginalised groups and families.
Guidance document detailing the environmental best practice for archaeological excavations with regard to noise, water, waste, dust, emissions and odours, ground contamination and wildlife and natural features.
Steps to Work statistical bulletin user consultation February 2012 and published in March 2012
The Department for Employment and Learning appointed KPMG to undertake an evaluation of the Steps to Work programme in order to: Better inform the Department on the effectiveness, efficiency and equity of the programme. Examine how it improves the employabi
The Department collects information on social housing stock owned by Registered Housing Associations. Data gathered is used to produce specific Performance Indicators for 2012 to 2013.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the OFMDFM Consultation - Social Investment Fund.
Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment response to the DSD consultation - Route Options for Belfast Rapid Transit.
HB memos contain further guidance on the interpretation of legislation to Housing Benefit and should be read in conjunction with the Housing Benefit Decision Makers Guide.
This paper examines the destination of leavers from Steps to Work using DEL data, Department for Social Development (DSD) benefits data and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) employment data.
Summary evaluation report based on evaluations submitted by councils regarding Community Festivals Fund outcomes.
The Newry city centre masterplan capitalises on Newry’s clear potential and importantly, maps out how its transformation can be realised. It is founded on an in-depth understanding of the city and developed with the participation of its people.
This document constitutes a joint Policy Statement between the Department and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) on the Regional Infrastructure Support Programme (RISP).
The first Progress Report given by Sport Matters Implementation Group for the period April 2009 - September 2010.
Information from the twenty sixth meeting of the inderdepartmental charter implementation group held on Thursday 4th November 2010
Guidance literature providing detailed information on the history and appearance of the monument as a viewer moves east around its circuit from Magazine Gate.
Agenda for the fourth meeting of the Sport Matters Monitoring Group held on 5 October 2011.
The Strategy for Sport and Physical Recreation 2009 to 2019 proposes a strategy for the development of sport and physical recreation in Northern Ireland up to 2019.