Building effective local VCS infrastructure

Building effective local VCS infrastructure

'Building effective local VCS infrastructure' (BELVI) discusses the findings from a nine-month research project examining the development, effectiveness and sustainability of local infrastructure organisations. The study sought to identify the characteristics of successful local infrastructure organisations (LIOs) and the conditions required to replicate these characteristics.

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