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Third Sector Plans

Wester Ross Biosphere Strategic Plan 2018 -2023
Wester Ross was recognised as a Biosphere Reserve in 2016 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) for its fantastic array of landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage that the region offers. Biospheres house dynamic local partnerships, rooted in communities that work collaboratively with Biosphere teams in a global network, to explore how – through education, science, culture, communication and information 

Lochalsh and Skye Housing Association 
The Association has developed and adopted Plans and Strategies for all aspects of their operation.  All plans and strategies are reviewed on a regular basis and any alterations are approved by their Board.

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Community planning is the process by which the third sector, public bodies and local communities work together to identify, develop and deliver services that make a real difference to people's lives. The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015 supports active community planning 

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To facilitate and develop the opportunities for Third Sector Representation the HTSI supported the introduction of the Third Sector Representation Pathway.

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Community Councils are voluntary organisations that act as a voice for their local area. They are set up by the Local Authority and run by local residents. Community Councils are a way of becoming involved with your local area

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The 2006 Parental Involvement Act states that every school in Scotland has a Parent Forum which consists of all the parents/carers who have a child at the school. The Parent Council is the committee appointed by the Parent Forum to run matters on its behalf

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