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Announcing the launch of Equitable Evaluation Collective in the UK

By The Equitable Evaluation Collective
on 5 April 2022 , 3 minute read

NPC, the Centre for Youth Impact, the Charity Evaluation Working Group, and the Social Investment Consultancy are pleased to announce the Equitable Evaluation Collective.

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Our past and our future maximising the sector’s social impact

on 31 March 2022 , 3 minute read

This year marks 20 years of NPC. How has the social sector changed over 20 years? As we look ahead with anticipation to NPC’s future, we invite you to join us on the next stage of our journey.


Repercussions of the conflict in Ukraine and how we can build a fairer world

By Dr Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah
on 30 March 2022 , 4 minute read

In this guest blog, Dr Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah, Chief Executive of Oxfam Great Britain, shares how the repercussions of the conflict in Ukraine are being felt around the world and how civil society can take action to tackle poverty.


UNICEF UK – How to help Ukraine

By Jon Sparkes
on 25 March 2022 , 3 minute read

In this guest blog, Jon Sparkes, Chief Executive at The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK), shares how you can help provide support to children in Ukraine.

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What will the Spring Statement mean for charities?

on 21 March 2022 , 3 minute read

Spring is upon us and it brings a new Spring Statement from the Chancellor. But as new beginnings go, the outlook has looked brighter.

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Learning from people who work within the system

By Fulfilling Lives LSL team
on 17 March 2022 , 4 minute read

The Fulfilling Lives LSL team echo the findings of our recent report on multiple disadvantage and support the recommendations with their own experiences.

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Five changes we must make for people experiencing multiple disadvantage

on 9 March 2022 , 4 minute read

How to help more people live more fulfilling lives.


International Women’s Day 2022: The Istanbul Convention can help break the bias

By Kathryn Dingle
on 8 March 2022 , 3 minute read

The IC Change campaign on discrimination and how we must break the bias in our society.

Save the Children – How to help Ukraine

By Kirsty McNeill
on 3 March 2022

In this guest blog, Kirsty McNeill, Executive Director of Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns at Save the Children UK, shares how you can help Ukraine through your work, your money, and your voice.

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How to close down a service or programme well

on 3 March 2022 , 4 minute read

When planning an ending, an organisation has to consider numerous factors. However, if endings are done well, they can help sow the seeds for what comes next for your organisation.

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Banning ‘no fault’ evictions should be just the beginning for private rental reform

on 25 February 2022

While banning Section 21 evictions is a great start, we need to see further change if we are to really reform renting and tackle the drivers of homelessness.

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Listen – The Levelling Up agenda

on 20 February 2022

Recorded for Charity Chat: The Levelling Up agenda and how charities should be getting involved.

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