The Big Lottery Fund in Northern Ireland is pleased to present this Final equality scheme. This scheme affirms our commitment to equality and to fulfilling our statutory obligations to promote equality and good relations in Northern Ireland as required under Section 75 and Schedule 9 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998. The scheme sets out how we will fulfil our obligations under this legislation when carrying out all of our functions, powers and duties both as a grant-maker and as an employer.
Screening 2 Summary report on screening of policies - September 2006.
Through this web resource we hope to raise awareness of sustainable development and encourage applicants and grant-holders to think about how they can apply its principles to their projects.
We need to make sure that the young people you work with will be safe. We expect you to have a policy that explains how you make sure of this and that the policy is put into practice. We need to make sure that the young people you wlork with will be safe. We expect you to have a policy.
A newsletter for applicants, potential applicants and the people who might help them secure Lottery funding. Councils for Voluntary Service and local authority Lottery officers.
Our corporate plan for 2006/07 explains how we will use the money raised by the National Lottery for health, education, environment and charitable purposes for the year ending 31 March 2007.
Our corporate plan for 2005/06 explains how we will use the money raised by the National Lottery for health, education, environment and charitable purposes for the year ending 31 March 2006.
We want to use Lottery money to bring about BIG changes to communities, by funding people, projects and programmes, with a particular emphasis on tackling need.
This scheme sets out how Big Lottery Fund will give effect to the principle established by the Welsh Language Act 1993.
You can find out more about our programmes and the outcomes that we are looking for from our website, www.biglotteryfund.org.uk or by calling 0845 4 10 20.