ACE Reports & Publications

If you want to quickly know about our work and the impact we have on our communities, please take a look at our Annual Report 2019-20.

Below are previous year’s AGM Reports and other documents.

ACE Annual Report 2019 – 2020

This document contains information about the ACE board of trustees, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the AGM Report 2019-20.

ACE Annual Report 2018 – 2019

This document contains information about the ACE board of trustees, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the AGM Report 2018-19.

ACE Annual Report 2017 – 2018

This document contains information about the ACE board of trustees, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the AGM Report 2017-18.

ACE Annual Report 2016 – 2017

This document contains information about the ACE board of trustees, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the AGM Report 2016-17.

ACE Annual Report 2015 – 2016

This document contains information about the ACE board of trustees, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the AGM Report 2015-16.

ACE Annual Report 2014 – 2015

This document contains information about the ACE board of directors, staff members, volunteers, projects and general information. Take a look at the ACE Annual Report here.

Poor Work by Dave Horton

People who are working but who nevertheless experience poverty make up an increasing share of the total number of people in poverty in the UK. This research aimed to explore the characteristics of in-work poverty in the context of recent labour market and welfare changes. In particular, it aimed to access the experiences, opinions and aspirations of those experiencing ‘poor work’, with the intention of making recommendations for further research and for policy and practice development at a national and local level.

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Is there a place for community development in Wales?

Reflecting on 6 years of Communities First in Ely & Caerau, Dave Horton (This paper was published by Ideas Wales in 2012)

The flickering flame
I am writing this during the week following the London 2012 Olympic games. Like most people, I was sofa-bound and glued to the television throughout, watching other people exert themselves. I loved the sense of common humanity and goodwill, the little every day stories of effort and sacrifice, triumph and tragedy. It didn’t always look like it was going to turn out like this…more here

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