Diversity and inclusion - NPC


How NPC is considering race and ethnicity in its policy influencing work

By and Leah Davis
on 13 May 2022 , 3 minute read

At NPC, we’ve been taking steps to ensure that our analysis, research and advocacy considers and makes the case for equity for people from minority ethnic communities.

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Charities, Child Q and the Inclusive Britain report

By Alba Kapoor
on 27 April 2022 , 3 minute read

The government released its Inclusive Britain plan two days after the details of Child Q’s case were released. In this guest blog, Alba Kapoor of the Runnymede Trust says charities and funders must scrutinise these proposals and recognise that they don't go far enough.

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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.


Embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into everything we do

By and Dan Corry
on 17 November 2021 , 5 minute read

One year ago, we shared our long-term commitment to embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of our work. This blog shares what we have achieved so far, what we have learned along the way, and where we still have important learning and work to do.

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Impact measurement for flexible funding

on 16 September 2021

For most funders, impact measurement is one of the feedback loops that drives grant-making decisions, so we can’t rethink grant-making without rethinking the way we measure impact and learn from our grants.

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Equitable collaboration

on 16 September 2021

The pandemic revealed the importance of collaboration and the need to embed greater equity in all that we do. Equitable collaboration combines both.

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Embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into our events programme

on 9 September 2021 , 3 minute read

This blog details how we have been embedding diversity, equity and inclusion across our events work. We hope the steps we have taken will enable NPC and our events to continue to help transform the social sector.

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Have our DEI activities had a positive impact?

By and Sarah Broad
on 20 July 2021 , 3 minute read

As part of our commitment to embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into all aspects of our work, we wanted to refresh our values and be more transparent about the standards we expect of ourselves and others. What impact have these changes had?


Incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion into our consulting work

By and Angela Kail
on 29 June 2021 , 4 minute read

We are embedding diversity, equity and inclusion into our work, this includes work with charities, philanthropists and funders. In this blog, we set out some of the progress we have made with our consultancy work.

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Imagining the future for people of colour in grant-making

on 26 May 2021 , 4 minute read

In April 2021, NPC held a philanthropist and funder peer network event on where the sector is falling short on racial justice. We sought to provide a window into the personal experiences of people of colour in grant-making.

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Show The Salary: A campaign about power

By Michelle Man and the Show The Salary campaign
on 26 January 2021 , 4 minute read

Hiding salaries on job adverts deters applicants and it means that people often cannot access a fair wage. Here's how one campaign is combatting this inequity and helping to redress power imbalances within the charity sector.

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How to rebalance data for the 21st century

By and Abigail Rose
on 12 November 2020 , 4 minute read

A more equitable approach to evaluation seeks to redress unequal power dynamics. At a recent NPC event, two speakers discussed their work on trying to shift traditional third sector evaluation and measurement practices.