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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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Briefing: The UK Shared Prosperity Fund

on 17 March 2022

In this analysis, we investigate The UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), the largest of the flagship Levelling Up funds yet to start allocating, and why we’re facing a cliff edge where support for employability skills could suddenly end.

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Systems change for people experiencing multiple disadvantage

on 2 March 2022

What have we learned about the system and how it can change?

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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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Listen: The Levelling Up white paper

on 18 February 2022

Leah Davis chats with Rebecca Cooney and Alina Martin on the Third Sector podcast.

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Improving the relationship between charities and government

By and Theo Clay
on 15 February 2022

Relationships are hard, but we’ve invested far too much to give up now. Maybe with a little better communication, we can both see the bigger picture and remember why we got together in the first place.

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Grading the levelling up White Paper: Shows promise but room for improvement

By and Theo Clay
on 4 February 2022 , 4 minute read

The White Paper sets out an ambitious and positive framework for action on ‘levelling up’—but has less on the resources necessary to make it happen.

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Levelling Up and social needs: An analysis of government’s progress

on 11 January 2022

In this analysis, we investigate where Levelling Up money is going and how it compares with these priorities.

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The voluntary sector’s relationship with government

By Sarah Vibert
on 6 October 2021 , 4 minute read

Sarah Vibert, Interim CEO of NCVO, discusses the ways in which the voluntary sector can work with and influence government. Sarah will be speaking at NPC Ignites 2021.

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Rethink, Rebuild

on 16 September 2021

The covid-19 pandemic brought about a host of changes in the experience and practises of charities and funders in the UK. We set up Rethink Rebuild to find out what those changes are, which changes helped make charities more impactful, and how they could be continued.

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A new social recovery

on 16 September 2021

Attempting to ‘level up’ through physical and economic infrastructure, whilst neglecting social infrastructure and the role of civil society in providing it, risks making inequality even worse.

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Should we ‘level up’ social needs?

on 16 June 2021

The government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda will be the focus of this Parliament. Currently, the agenda will not meet people’s expectations and it must involve charities if it is to tackle social needs in the most deprived areas of the UK.

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