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Blogs

Is this the end of the line for ‘levelling up’?

By and Theo Clay
on 28 July 2022 , 4 minute read

Both candidates vying to be our next PM have made public commitments to continue the government's 'levelling up' agenda, but how highly will they prioritise the agenda and what will their plans mean for charities?

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Blogs

Richard Harries: Can we fix the social capital gap?

By Richard Harries, Associate Director of the Institute for Community Studies
on 27 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Alison Garnham: After austerity, a pandemic – now the cost of living crisis

By Alison Garnham, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Samuel Kasumu: How political should charities be?

By Samuel Kasumu, former no10 adviser and founder of Inclusive Boards
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Chris Sherwood: How can charities make their case to government?

By Chris Sherwood, Chief Executive, RSPCA
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Chris Wright: Can charities delivering public sector contracts really change the world for the better?

By Chris Wright, Chief Executive, Catch 22
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Rachael Maskell: Charities must get inside the political system to force real change

By Rachael Maskell, Member of Parliament for York Central and former Shadow Charities Minister
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Blogs

Lord Gus O’Donnell: In the balance – The relationship between the public and social sectors

By Lord Gus O’ Donnell, Chair of Trustees of Pro Bono Economics and a former Cabinet Secretary and head of the Civil Service
on 20 June 2022

To mark our 20th birthday, we've been talking to leading figures and people doing things differently to ask: Where next for social impact?

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Events & Training

In conversation with Josh MacAlister: Chair of the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care

On 13 July 2022, 12:30 pm1:30 pm
at Zoom

The event will explore the findings of the review and their implications for the charity sector.

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Resources

Local needs databank

on 25 May 2022

The tool that helps you better understand needs and charity work across the UK. Now featuring data from the Trussell Trust.

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What does the UK Shared Prosperity Fund mean for charities?

on 12 May 2022 , 1 minute read

What the UKSPF means for the voluntary sector, how they can get involved in it, and how we can ensure that existing projects do not lose out on funding before 2024.

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Resources

Full cost recovery in VCSE contracts

on 6 May 2022

Research into the experiences of Kent County Council’s VCSE partners in public service commissioning.

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