Compact Voice represents the voluntary and community sector on the Compact. It aims to ensure that strong, effective partnerships are at the heart of all relationships between the voluntary sector and government – locally and nationally.
Compact Voice commissioned Rosie Chapman to carry out independent research to assist the organisation in its thinking about how it is organised, and how the Compact is understood and used.
The work included structured qualitative and quantitative research, including surveys, interviews and focus group discussions, with presentation of the findings and analysis to the Board. The research project’s findings and recommendations have subsequently been reflected in Compact Voice’s new strategic plan.
“This is a very clear, straightforward and helpful report and it certainly does the job I hoped – generated lots for us to think about. Thank you for the care and energy you have put into the work.”
Simon Blake, chair, Compact Voice