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Yes we can: Wisdom from the sector’s boldest thinkers

on 21 July 2017

We know that charitable organisations are struggling in the midst sweeping social, political, and economic changes. But we also know that with boldness and imagination it is possible to adapt and improve in the face of adversity.

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Why we need boldness and bravery in these times of change

on 20 July 2017

Charles Leadbeater, Innovation Consultant. In these turbulent times, what does the social sector offer as a means to a better future?

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We can and must break out of our echo chambers

on 20 July 2017

Debbie Pippard, Head of Programmes, Barrow Cadbury Trust. It has never been easier for charities to communicate their message to wide audiences.

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Queen’s Speech 2017: Heads down, there’s work to be done

on 21 June 2017

For what was billed to be a pared-down Queen's speech, there was a lot in the today's announcement of parliament's upcoming agenda. Patrick Murray, NPC's Head of Policy and External Affairs, gives a run down of what was said, what wasn't said, and what it all means for charities.

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GE2017 shows us to keep expecting the unexpected

on 13 June 2017

As the country reacts to another surprise vote result, Patrick Murray, NPC's Head of Policy and External Affairs, gives his analysis.

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Let’s get together: Navigating the risks of collaboration

By David Britton
on 7 June 2017

It’s likely that the operational, financial and strategic risks involved may be acting as a barrier to some charities collaborating more. Here David Britton, Charity Director at specialist insurer Ecclesiastical, gives some tips on getting a handle on these risks.

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How a Brexit-dominated Election will stifle broader debate

on 17 May 2017

The 2017 General Election is going to be one of those one-issue elections, this time focused heavily on Brexit. Dan Corry explains why this is a problem.

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Campaigning coalitions: How to unlock effective activism

on 5 May 2017

Campaigning has gained a new lease of life recently. But today’s challenges are too complex for any one organisation to tackle alone. Nick Martlew of Crisis Action argues why working in a coalition is a powerful way to campaign, and explains how to make collective action a success.

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Mental health: In the headlines and beyond

on 22 February 2017

Mental health has received a great deal of coverage in the news lately. Oliver Carrington takes a closer look at what's going on behind the headlines: where are we headed, and what role are charities playing?

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Trump reminds us of the power of voice

on 11 November 2016

Reflecting on the US election results, Katy Murray explores the importance of charities harnessing the views of the very people they exist to help.

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Measuring your campaigning impact: An introduction

on 19 January 2016

NPC’s briefing paper following our event on how charities can measure the impact of their campaigning work.