Theo is a Senior Consultant working across the research and consulting team helping charities and funders increase their impact. Theo works predominantly across NPC’s policy and think tank work, including the State of the Sector programme and our work on place-based approaches. Theo is also NPC’s Criminal Justice Lead and he co-authored the three most recent papers in NPC’s Beyond Bars programme: Independent, Effective, Humane: The case for funding charities in the prison system, How are charities accessing people in prison to deliver vital services and How are charities influencing change in the prison system.
He also has a particular interest in involvement in the non-profit sector, and the transformative role that different voices can play. Theo co-authored NPC’s paper Make it Count: Why impact matters in user involvement.
Prior to working at NPC, Theo worked as Grants and Trusts Researcher for a charity in Bristol, and in Shanghai teaching with the British Council and as Programme Manager for a local charity
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Why I work for NPC
At NPC I am constantly learning: from the people around me, the organisations I work with and the topics I’m introduced to. I’m always inspired to draw from this to tackle the big issues I care about.
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Lessons learnt from working on the EU Settlement Scheme
How charities have reacted to Covid-19
Our framework for Place
Settled status: What level of take-up can we expect?
How are charities accessing people in prison to deliver services?
How are charities influencing change in the prison system?
Funding a good start: Philanthropy and the early years sector
Make it count: Why impact matters in user involvement
How we can solve systemic failure in the criminal justice system
The next stage of State of the Sector 2020: Has Covid-19 further overstretched charities?
Behind the figures
State of the Sector 2020
Nothing is settled
Learning to involve stakeholders in your charity’s work
Charities in prisons: Relationships, incentives, and access