Joe  Irvin

Joe Irvin

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

Joe Irvin became chief executive of Navca in January 2012.

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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Big Society Capital could lock out smaller charities, warn sector leaders

The Prime Minister has officially launched Big Society Capital at the London Stock Exchange today.

Dharmendra Kanani, England director, BIG

The Cabinet Office and Big Lottery Fund have today announced a £65m transition fund for advice charities affected by cuts to legal aid and other advice service budgets.

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.

David Tyler (L), CEO of Community Matters and Joe Irvin (R), CEO of Navca

The planned merger with Navca and Community Matters, agreed to by members of both organisations, has been cancelled due to fears over pension liabilities.

Prime Minister David Cameron

Charities have attacked David Cameron’s plans to end three-month consultations and equality impact assessments on government policy and reduce the numbers of judicial reviews.

Joe Irvin, CEO of Navca

Navca has seen its income drop by 43 per cent in the last financial year.

CVSs raise concerns about Navca's recent alliances

Some Navca members have voiced concern over the umbrella body's direction since chief executive Joe Irvin joined in 2012, with one leaving in protest at its relationship with Acevo.  

Acevo launches review of Work Programme

Acevo is launching a review of the Work Programme, which came under heavy criticism yesterday for failing to get sufficient people into long-term employment.

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