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Giving a voice to those in care

on 9 June 2016

Reflecting on a recent review of care leavers and criminal justice, Grace Wyld makes the case for charities integrating beneficiary voice into their work. She also argues that these organisations could lead the way for Westminster in listening to the people that their decisions concern.

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Military mental health: Challenges and opportunities for impact

By Claire Harding
on 17 May 2016

In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, Claire Harding—Head of Research and Impact at Big White Wall—explores the challenges of making an impact on veteran mental health, and how they can be overcome.

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An ask too far? The ethics of fundraising from your beneficiaries

on 21 April 2016

Should charities approach their beneficiaries for donations? Our Iona Joy delves into this thorny issue, and outlines some key questions charities should ask themselves before they take this route.

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Donors could help keep local libraries open

on 12 April 2016

With so many public libraries handing over management and control to local volunteers, a space has opened up for the increased support and involvement of philanthropists. Shona Curvers explores how donors could help secure the future of these important community resources.

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Listen and learn: How charities can use qualitative research

on 29 January 2016

Qualitative research is focused on what things mean to people, and so it sits very naturally with the questions that a charity asks. This paper explains why we think qualitative research approaches offer real benefits to charities seeking to understand and improve their work.