The Birmingham Strategic Partnership is to stop funding the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network and it will close at the end of the month.
What does BCEN stand for?
BCEN stands for Birmingham Community Empowerment Network (Birmingham, UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of BCEN in our Acronym Attic
- British Combustion Equipment Manufacturers Association
- British Columbia Egg Marketing Board (British Columbia, Canada)
- Benton County Emergency Management Council (Corvallis, OR)
- Barry County Emergency Management Department
- Beaufort County Emergency Management Department (Beaufort, SC)
- Base Construction Engineering Management System (Department of National Defense; Canada)
- Berkeley County Emergency Medical Services (South Carolina)
- Berry College Elementary and Middle School (Mount Berry, GA)
- Brooklyn College Emergency Medical Squad (volunteer health service)
- Biologia Cellulare e Neuroscienze (Italian: Cell Biology and Neuroscience)
- Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing
- Breast Cancer Education Network
- British Columbia Environmental Network (Canada)
- Department of Business Communication and Entrepreneurship (Middle Tennesse State University; Murfreesboro, TN)
- Bulletin of the College of Engineering, National Taiwan University
- Base Construction Engineering Officer (Canada)
- Building Code Enforcement Official
- BC Environmental and Occupational Health Research Network (Canada)
- Benign Childhood Epilepsy with Occipital Paroxysms
- Butler County Emergency Operations Plan (Kansas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The decision by the Birmingham Strategic Partnership (BSP) to cease funding the Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums and the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network without first establishing a replacement service, in consultation with active citizens, is unacceptable.
Both the Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums (BANF) and the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network (BCEN) are having their funding terminated on November 30 as a consequence of a decision of the Birmingham Strategic Partnership, which is an unelected body but has representatives of the city council sitting on it.
As Chair of the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network, she is a member of the Birmingham Strategic Partnership.
Despite this, he said it was the BSP's board, chaired by another individual, that was responsible for cutting the cash grants made to the Birmingham Association of Neighbourhood Forums and the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network.
PAUL SLATTER Manager, Birmingham Community Empowerment Network
The MP met with Laura Needham and Harold Canning from the Birmingham Community Empowerment Network in Sutton Coldfield to discuss the big day.
Birmingham Community Empowerment Network (b:cen), which was cleared of all the allegations after a three-week investigation, claimed it lost up to pounds 500,000 worth of funds during the closure last November.