How will the climate and nature crises impact people from ethnic minority communities?
By Liz Gadd, Leah Davis, Ben Kili, and Theo Clay .
On 31 May 2023.
How the climate and nature crises and related policy will impact people from ethnic minority communities.
How will the climate and nature crises impact young people?
By Leah Davis, Liz Gadd, Ben Kili, and Theo Clay .
On 11 May 2023.
How the climate and nature crises and related policy will impact young people.
Systems change for people experiencing multiple disadvantage
By Fulfilling Lives LSL Research and Learning Partnership: NPC, Groundswell, and CRESR .
On 2 March 2022.
What have we learned about the system and how it can change?
Tackling loneliness through trusted relationships
By Giulia Todres .
On 28 October 2021.
NPC has been exploring how, during the pandemic, trusted relationships and community infrastructure helped support people experiencing loneliness.
Uncovering key factors that can help break the cycle of reoffending
By Abigail Rose .
On 25 June 2021.
We are creating a systems map that will help funders better target their resources in the criminal justice system. It will show how factors that drive the cycle of reoffending exist within an interconnected system.
How charities have reacted to Covid-19
By Theo Clay, and Tom Collinge .
On 27 November 2020.
This report uses interviews, focus groups and an online survey of the sector to paint a detailed picture of how Covid-19 is changing charities and what this means for the future. We set out practical recommendations for charities, funders and policymakers.
Thoughts on how the sector can rethink and rebuild
By Angela Kail .
On 28 October 2020.
For our 'Rethink, Rebuild' initiative, we are researching how to support the charity sector’s adaptation and increase its resilience.
How has place-based coordination changed?
By Abigail Rose .
On 22 October 2020.
We’re tracking three areas to understand how places are adapting to meet evolving needs in their communities.
Charity boards in recovery
By Charlotte Lamb .
On 13 October 2020.
We have partnered with decision-science consultancy Leapwise to explore how decision making by charity boards has changed during the crisis, and to provide support on how to strengthen this for the next chapter.