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    Find out the latest updates from our volunteer team, including the Begin Together – Digi Money Programme and our Rights 4 Seniors Digi Skills volunteers.

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    2021 was a busy year for volunteering activities within Advice NI despite the constraints of Covid19.

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    If you are passionate about helping people enhance their digital skills, we have exciting volunteer opportunities available.

  • As an organisation committed to the vision of a confident, informed society of active citizens who can access their rights and entitlements, Advice NI recognises the invaluable contribution of volunteers.

  • As part of International Women’s Day 2019, Pay Plan published a series of blog posts with the theme ‘think equal, build smart, innovate for change’.

  • To mark another successful year of the Supporting Active Engagement project, Advice NI celebrated all the participants’ achievements with an event at Belfast Castle recently.

  • To mark Volunteers Week 2019, Advice NI hosted an event especially for Volunteers from across the Independent Advice Network. This event took place in June at the new Springfield Charitable Association (SCA) premises in Clonard Crescent, Belfast.

  • Advice NI is looking for enthusiastic and committed volunteers to assist in the delivery of the COVID 19 Community Helpline. 

  • The General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly known as GDPR will come into effect on 25th May 2018.  It is the biggest change to personal data privacy in over 25 years.

  • As volunteer week comes to an end, everyone at Advice NI would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank all our volunteers for their commitment of time, energy, and skill.

  • Advice NI highlights importance of advice services as local government is about to undergo significant change. Ahead of changes to local government in Northern Ireland, Advice NI has called upon local Councils to ensure that the work of independent advice services is recognised and protected.Advice NI leads delivery of independent advice services across the current Castlereagh Borough Council area. The service involves face to face service provision by advisors locally deployed to service the Castlereagh outreach venues. Appeal tribunal representation services and dedicated money advice services are in place, a dedicated Freephone line has been established and an email advice facility is also in place.In April 2015, as part of the reform of local government in Northern Ireland the number of councils will be reduced from 26 to 11. There will be significant changes with the majority of households in Castlereagh merging with Lisburn City Council with 38% of the population of Castlereagh and 21% of Lisburn moving to the new Belfast City Council. The new Castlereagh and Lisburn Council area will have approximately 137,000 residents and approximately 56,000 households.Speaking about the service, Bob Stronge Advice NI Chief Executive said: “Independent advice services are much-needed and highly valued by people across Northern Ireland. Advice NI and member organisations have a proven track record in providing excellent advice services across the community and we acknowledge the support and commitment shown by Councils to advice services. We look forward to working with the new Councils post RPA to similarly ensure that independent advice remains a key community service moving forward.”