December 2015

IDDN Dec 2015n this month’s issue of DDN…

What’s in store?

Continuing to deliver what has worked and overcoming the deficits will become increasingly challenging over the next four years, as the cumulative 20 per cent real terms reduction in the public health grant, announced in the spending review, removes the stability of investment that underpinned 2010,’ says Paul Hayes, speaking on behalf of the Collective Voice project, in our new issue DDN.

Not only does the sector need to ‘collectively and realistically assess what can be delivered’; it needs to work out ‘how best to champion an agenda that is not a natural priority for most of the individuals and institutions responsible for its funding and delivery,’ he says.

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