Joe  Irvin

Joe Irvin

Chief executive, National Association for Voluntary and Community Action from January 2012

Joe Irvin will start as chief executive of Living Streets in September 2014.

He was previously chief executive of Navca from January 2012 until July 2014.

A Labour stalwart who stood for election as general secretary of the Labour Party in the summer of 2011, Irvin was also chief special adviser to John Prescott when he was Deputy Prime Minister and worked part-time for PM Gordon Brown in the 10 Downing St Policy Unit.

Irvin also held various senior roles including director of policy, over an 18-year period at the Transport and General Workers Union.

Other previous roles include director of parliamentary affairs at the RSPB and director of public affairs at the British Airports Authority.

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Joe Irvin leaves Navca

The National Association for Voluntary and Community Action’s chief executive Joe Irvin is stepping down from the role, to be temporarily replaced by deputy chief executive Neil Cleeveley.

Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca

Navca’s latest quarterly survey with its members has seen the highest percentage of respondents, since the surveys began in 2012, saying that their relationship with their local authority has got worse over the last 12 months.

Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca

Joe Irvin, chief executive of Navca, has suggested grants from the Big Lottery Fund are tied to a ‘voucher’ to buy in support services which will build the sustainability or longer-term resilience of the project or organisation.

 PASC: Charities should publish lobbying spend and public income in annual returns

Charities should be required to publish their expenditure on campaigning and political work in their annual returns, along with how much of their income they receive from public sources, the Public Administration Select Committee has said.



Chris White MP

Charities are set to benefit as the Public Services (Social Value) Bill has been passed through the House of Lords and will now become law.

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