Volunteers are not a source of cheap labour to patch up underfunded and under-supported public services says NPC CEO, Dan Corry.
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Baroness Julia Neuberger, a crossbench peer who was Gordon Brown’s adviser on the voluntary sector when he was Prime Minister, spoke at NPC’s House of Lords reception. Neuberger said she was ‘mystified’ that charities had been mentioned little during the General Election and the recent Budget.
Will Cavendish, a former Google director and expert on AI, spoke at NPC Ignites 2017. He urged charities to collaborate with firms leading the way on artificial intelligence technology to help shape the future.
At a round-table event hosted by NPC, attendees discuss how charities could make their case in a more polarised political landscape after last year’s EU referendum and this year’s recent general election.
Ahead of NPC Ignites on 11 October, 2017, our media partner Pioneers Post takes stock of NPC’s 15 years of existence in an in-depth interview with chief executive Dan Corry.
Dan Corry, NPC’s CEO, says that Grenfell shows we’re not as good at responding to disasters at home in the UK as we are overseas and we must look at that issue.
Most charity leaders expect Brexit will have a negative impact on their funding opportunities, according to a new study.
Some 59% of charity boards have discussed changing their governance structure in the last year, according to research carried out for NPC.
New NPC research warns of increasingly dysfunctional relationship between charities and the state amid budget cuts.
The £900m Transforming Rehabilitation programme to reform probation has been chaotic and underfunded, and has allowed large private providers to exploit small charities, according NPC’s new research.