Event Report – East Sussex VCSE Alliance Annual Conference 2023 

On Wednesday the 8th November, the East Sussex VCSE Alliance held their 2023 Annual Conference at The View Hotel in Eastbourne.

The conference built on the Alliance’s principle of generous leadership; exploring how we can reach out to smaller grassroot organisations and work together across the sector.

The discussions and learning that took place were informed by the thoughts and everyday experiences of those involved as professionals, volunteers, service users and leaders from the statutory sector.

The event was an opportunity to listen, discuss and plan how the voluntary sector can work together to speak as one voice, to better collaborate, represent and influence.

Attendees included members of the public, representatives from voluntary and community groups, NHS Sussex, county council and district councils.

East Sussex VCSE Alliance conference event report front cover

Following the event the Alliance has now published the post event report. The report includes information on:

  • The events key speakers
  • Responses to networking questions
  • Key findings from the workshops sessions

To read the event report, please click the link below.

Further information

For further information about the East Sussex VCSE Alliance please get in touch.  

Telephone: 01323 403590

Email: esvcsealliance@escv.org.uk

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