Third Sector Research
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Dynamics of the Third Sector
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Particularly small and medium-sized organisations, who usually do not have dedicated research staff. This means that staff often do research as part of a different role and feel slightly isolated and not well-supported in their research role. The meetings also provide a space for networking with other researchers, including those from outside of the VCSE, to enable members to form partnerships. Become a member. Join one of our hosted networks. Sign up to one of our eBulletins.
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Skip to main content. A regular forum for peer support and learning. Why are we hosting it? It arose from the growing awareness of the importance of the Third Sector in Australia and New Zealand, and paucity of reliable information about it and the difficulty of working as isolated researchers.
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Research networks have also formed in several European countries and regions, in Latin America and Japan. The Third Sector is an important, but hitherto under-valued and under-researched sector of societies, political systems and economies. December 22nd, 0 Comments.
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