Where next for social impact?
- Lord Gus O’Donnell, Chair of Trustees of Pro Bono Economics and a former Cabinet Secretary and head of the Civil Service – In the balance: The relationship between the public and social sectors
- Rachael Maskell, Member of Parliament for York Central. Former Shadow Charities Minister – Charities must get inside the political system to force real change
- Chris Wright, Chief Executive of Catch 22, a not-for-profit business with a social mission – Can charities delivering public sector contracts really change the world for the better?
- Chris Sherwood, Chief Executive of the RSPCA – How can charities make their case to government?
- Alison Garnham, Chief Executive, Child Poverty Action Group – After Austerity, a pandemic – now the cost of living crisis
- Samuel Kasumu, former no10 adviser and founder of Inclusive Boards – How political should charities be?
- Jonathan Breckon, policy fellow at UCL’s Capabilities in Academic Policy Engagement and the director of Breckon Consulting Ltd – Where next for the impact and what works agenda?
- Polly Neate, Chief Executive of Shelter – Can charities achieve social justice?
- Nerys Anthony, interim Executive Director for Youth Impact at the Children’s Society – Why we need Systems Change if we’re to achieve impact.
- Richard Harries, Associate Director of the Institute for Community Studies – Can we fix the social capital gap?
- Helen Garnham, Claire Handy, Lee Holt, and Kaneez Shaid, Rethink Mental Illness – What should the future look like for involving people and communities in the work of charities and what will it take?
- Mita Desai, Kate Roberts, Amelia Ireland, and Callum Pethick, Young Trustees Movement – How should philanthropy learn from young people?
- Angela Salt, Chief Executive of the Girl Guides – Can a volunteering boom ever last?
- Javed Khan, former Chief Executive of Barnardo’s – Can small charities lead partnerships with big charities?
- Fozia Irfan, Director of Children and Young People at BBC Children in Need – What will it take to shift power in grant-making?
- Rhodri Davies, Philanthropy Expert, Researcher and Commentator – Would AI be good or bad for philanthropy? Will AI replace grant-makers?
- Tania Cohen, Chief Executive of 360 Giving – What more can be done with data?
- John Stone, philanthropist and entrepreneur – What does the future look like for family foundations?
- Coming soon: Daniel Chan, PwC – Putting the S back into ESG.
- Dame Stephanie Shirley, philanthropist and entrepreneur – Lessons from Philanthropy
- Hannah Paterson, Head of Funding for the National Lottery Community Fund’s UK portfolio, and Yasmin Ibison, Employment Programme and Partnerships Manager at Black Thrive – What place for participation in grant-making?
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