Open Consultations

  • Income Support/Jobseekers Allowance Query Referral

    Welcome to the Income Support and Jobseeker’s Allowance Query Referral service. This facility is for the use of the Advice Sector, Public Representatives, Housing Associations and Voluntary Groups acting on behalf of Income Support and Jobseeker’s Allowance customers in Northern Ireland only. Please use the referral form to tell us about the nature of the enquiry, the customer it refers to and contact details for yourself, in order for us to gather the information... More
    Closes today
  • Employment and Support Allowance Query Referral

    Welcome to the Employment and Support Allowance Query Referral service. This facility is for the use of the Advice Sector, Public Representatives, Housing Associations and Voluntary Groups acting on behalf of Employment and Support Allowance, Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit and Maternity Allowance Benefit customers in Northern Ireland only. Please use the referral form to tell us about the nature of the enquiry, the customer it refers to and contact details for... More
    Closes today
  • Free Period Products Branding Engagement Survey

    TEO is currently progressing arrangements to make free period products available from May 2024. As the opinion of stakeholders is vital to this process and has been very valuable in helping to inform arrangements,we are reaching out to ask for your views on the branding options for this scheme. In this short survey a number of brand concepts are presented and we ask for your honest feedback on your preferred graphics and also preferred strapline. If you have any other... More
    Closes 28 February 2024
  • Museum Trends Survey 2023

    Why is the Museum Trends Survey needed? As an advocacy body for the museum sector, NI Museums Council (NIMC) needs up-to-date information on how its member museums across Northern Ireland operate. The purpose of the survey is to provide focused quantitative and qualitative data about both local authority and independent museums so that NIMC can argue effectively for their social, cultural and economic value and help to secure the resources they need. Further, NIMC needs data that can point... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Copy of Learning and Skills Snapshot exercise

    The ODT programme's Leadership and Skills Project aims to support DfE’s people to develop the skills they need to thrive in their careers and deliver the 10X Economic Vision. ​ ​​ Our senior leaders have identified skill areas that are of particular strategic importance at present. A number of these are core skills that everyone would generally expect to have, proportionate to their role and grade. We... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • ESA Application Form February 2024

    How to claim You can submit a claim to New Style Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) online by following the link below. Entitlement to New Style ESA is dependent on your National Insurance record. For more information on the entitlement conditions, please visit NI Direct . You can ask a friend or relative or an organisation that you know and trust to help you. Alternatively you can contact ESA for help on 0800 085 6318. If you have speech or... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • YJA Charity Partner Ballot 2024

    The Youth Justice Agency's Active Communications Team members have consulted with staff at team meetings around the Agency to generate ideas for a charity that the Agency should support from April 2024. From those discussions a shortlist has been drawn up of charities that are suitable according to the criteria within the Agency's Fundraising Guide. You can now vote for the charity of your preference and the charity with the most votes will be considered first. More
    Closes 1 March 2024
  • Questionnaire: EU-UK Data Adequacy

    Introduction The free flow of data underpins the modern economy and is important to organisations working across many sectors. It also assists with law enforcement agencies tackling crime, supports the delivery of critical public services and facilitates health and scientific research. As a result, there are many organisations which rely on the transfer of personal data across borders. In a Northern Ireland context, flows of personal data from the... More
    Closes 1 March 2024
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Consultation

    Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a term used to describe a wide range of behaviours that have a negative effect on quality of life and may cause minor disorder and incivilities. While much of this behaviour may not, in itself, be a criminal offence, the cumulative effective of this behaviour can have a devastating effect on the quality of life of individuals and communities. Addressing the issue of ASB is a priority for both the Department of Justice (DoJ) and the Department for... More
    Closes 4 March 2024
  • Work and Health Group People Engagement Events

    A chance to nominate yourself to attend one of six staff engagement sessions. More
    Closes 6 March 2024
  • WHG Long Service Recognition (30 years)

    This survey is designed to gather details for the Long Service Recognition event in March 2024. For those attending, confirmation and additional information will be provided in advance of the event. More
    Closes 7 March 2024
  • Consultation on Offshore Renewable Energy Installation (OREI) Policy Options for Northern Ireland

    OREI policy is an essential part of the overall strategic framework for the development of offshore renewable energy projects in Northern Ireland (NI). This public consultation outlines potential legislative changes and policy options which are being considered to establish provisions for OREI decommissioning, safety zones and rights of navigation in NI territorial waters. We encourage stakeholders who will be impacted by offshore renewable energy development and the wider energy... More
    Closes 8 March 2024
  • ACNI 2024 Staff Survey

    The Arts Council is carrying out a staff survey to hear your views on the organisation, how well you feel it is run, your role within it, and attitudes to things like hybrid working. Given work pressures across the organisation, ensuring all voices are heard is really important. The findings will be used, internally, to support decision-making, particularly as it relates to HR and Corporate Services. The survey is anonymous and findings will be analysed by... More
    Closes 8 March 2024
  • Enhancing Transitions Services for School Leavers with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities: Public Survey

    Background The End to End review of Special Educational Needs (SEN) aims to address existing gaps in provision and to explore a range of new delivery options to allow for systemic change to take place where necessary. As part of the End to End review process, the Department of Education in conjunction with the Department of Health has established a Working Group to focus on improving the experience of ‘transition’ for those children and young people that have a... More
    Closes 13 March 2024
  • CFF Survey for Grant Applicants

    This survey aims to gather valuable feedback from organisers of community festivals who have applied for the Community Festival Fund grant. Your responses will help us understand the impact of the fund and identify areas for improvement. Whether your application was successful or not, your insights are crucial to ensure the fund continues to support thriving community festivals. More
    Closes 15 March 2024
  • Consultation on the Consumer Council for Northern Ireland Draft 2024–2025 Forward Work Programme

    Consumer Council for Northern Ireland has launched a public consultation on its draft 2024-2025 Forward Work Programme, which sets out the activity and performance framework we propose to deliver in the 2021-2026 Corporate Plan, underpinned by consumer priorities and strategic objectives. The draft 2024-2025 Forward Work Programme sets out how the Consumer Council will support consumers and stakeholders under each of its five strategic objectives: understanding consumers,... More
    Closes 18 March 2024
  • YJA Staff Recognition Event (JJC Staff Opinions)

    The idea of 'Staff Recgnition Event' has been suggested as potential idea for the Youth Justice Agency to recognition staff and celebrate achievement. More
    Closes 20 March 2024
  • Education Settings – DE Emotional Health and Wellbeing Survey (February 2024)

    Education Settings – DE Emotional Health and Wellbeing Survey (February 2024) The joint Department of Education (DE) and Department of Health Children & Young People's Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Education Framework was published in February 2021 along with an implementation plan . The Framework sets out overarching guidelines to support those working in DE-funded educational settings (pre-school through to post-primary) to help them promote emotional... More
    Closes 21 March 2024
  • Voluntary/Community/Private Organisations – DE Emotional Health and Wellbeing Survey (February 2024)

    The joint Department of Education (DE) and Department of Health Children & Young People's Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Education Framework was published in February 2021 along with an implementation plan . The Framework sets out overarching guidelines to support those working in DE-funded educational settings (pre-school through to post-primary) to help them promote emotional wellbeing and strengthen self-esteem and resilience in children and young people. The Framework... More
    Closes 21 March 2024
  • New Entrant feedback (CSTT )

    New Entrant staff feedback More
    Closes 29 March 2024
  • Public Consultation on the New Strategy for Victims and Survivors

    A New Strategy for Victims and Survivors Survey In November 2009, the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister launched the current Strategy for Victims and Survivors. The Strategy was designed to address a range of victims and survivors’ issues, be victim-centred and demonstrate Government’s commitment to victims and survivors. The current Strategy, as originally conceived, had a ten-year timeframe, however in the absence of an Executive or Ministers to progress a... More
    Closes 29 March 2024
  • ACNI Arts and Older People (AOP) End of Project Report

    This questionnaire is to be completed by the lead delivery organisation at the end of your Arts and Older People project All questions may not apply to your project, if a question does not apply to your project, then please leave it blank The response to these questions will be used by ACNI to evidence the impact of this programme. Some information will be aggregated, some will be used verbatim. Responses may be shared with an external project evaluator; they may be... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • NI Housing Statistics User Engagement Survey

    Professional Services Unit (PSU) produces annual and quarterly NI Housing Statistics Publications. These are National Statistics publications and as such must adhere to the Code of Practice for Official Statistics as enforced by the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA). The principles and protocols of the Code are intended to ensure that the range of official statistics meets the needs of users; that the statistics are produced, managed and disseminated to high standards; and that the statistics... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Homelessness User Engagement Survey

    The biannual Northern Ireland Homelessness Bulletin has been developed by the Professional Services Unit (PSU) working within the Department for Communities (DfC), Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) and the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) and forms part of a new series of experimental statistics. ‘Experimental Statistics’ are new Official Statistics undergoing evaluation. They are published to involve users and stakeholders in their development and as a... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Woodlands JJC Parent / Guardian Survey 2023-2024

    In our effort for continuous improvement, Woodlands JJC are keen to establish what the significant others in our Young People's lives feel about our facility and the care we provide. More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • District Councils Community Planning - Pre Survey Form

    Congratulations on successfully securing Sport NI’s District Council Community Planning investment for your project! Completion of this survey is a pre-condition of receiving our investment. As part of this investment, we need to ask you a few quick questions about your project. This information will support us in monitoring and evaluating the programme. We will also ask you to complete another quick survey when... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Copy of New Entrant Feedback Arrears final

    New Entrant Arrears staff feedback More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Woodlands Satisfaction Survey (01/04/23 - 31/03/24)

    The purpose of this survey is to gain the views of young people in our care to identify areas to improve the level of service we provide. More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Woodlands JJC Pre-Release Questionnaire (01/04/23 - 31/03/24)

    Woodlands JJC Pre-Release Questionnaire 01/04/23 - 31/03/24 More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • AccessNI Customer Feedback

    We would welcome your views on the AccessNI training videos/transcripts. There are only 11 questions and the survey should take no longer than 2 minutes to complete. Thank you. More
    Closes 31 March 2024
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