We encourage you to keep your organisational details up-to-date, the more up-to-date the information is the more useful the information will be.
If you have been interviewed as part of the project the nominated contact person from your organisation should have received an email with your personalised login on 14 November 2017.
If you do not have the login please click the icon above and update your details.
Want to participate in the Mapping the Social sector project?
Unfortunately we were not able to interview every social service provider in the first phase of this project. The more organisations that participate the more useful the information will be and we encourage you to participate.
We can arrange for you to login into the database and add your information or we can arrange a time to meet with you and input your information into the database. Please contact email@example.com.
Use of information from the Mapping the Social Sector project
All the information provided will be owned by the organisations who provide it. SociaLink will collect, manage and protect the database.
Please be assured that your confidentially is of the utmost importance to SociaLink and the success of the project. The researchers in the project have all signed non-disclosure agreements and data protocols have been developed which detail our processes for protecting your information.
Detailed funding and service information that is not already publicly available will not be disclosed to other agencies or funders of services without permission of the organisation. Broad funding parameters and service information (e.g. provide financial literacy services) will be available as an indicator of the nature and scale of a service.
The information will be made available in an anonymous, aggregated manner only.
Reports from the database
The following are some reports that have been produced for information on specific sectors. If you need a report on another area please make a request to Liz Stewart directly.
We will be adding other reports to this information bank as time goes by.
Please note; the information provided is based on organisational and services information gathered from interviews and desktop research in 2017 and early 2018. Please let SociaLink know if there are any inaccuracies or updates.