Volunteers’ Week: The Big Celebration

Introduction to 2016 Volunteers' Week, a celebration of volunteering, and a reminder that we all need to thank volunteers. Continue reading

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Transforming Rehabilitation: One year on

Our second report monitoring the role of voluntary sector organisations in the Transforming Rehabilitation probation reforms. Continue reading

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The five minute policy manager – May 2016

Charity law, fundraising and more Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: May 2016

The voluntary sector in health and social care, whole systems commissioning, government transparency and accountability, government working with SMEs, and Transforming Rehabilitation Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: May 2016

Get ready for Volunteers' Week, catch up with the latest discussions about impact and find out what IiV means for volunteering in health and social care Continue reading

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Governance round-up: May 2016

Charity Commission governance, charity reserves, new tools and resources, best of the blogs and more Continue reading

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Open contracting and grant transparency

Important steps being taken by government to improve transparency around public spending Continue reading

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The Queen’s speech – what charities need to know

National Citizen Service, Gift Aid and life chances Continue reading

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The heart of good practice in volunteer management

Where volunteer managers can find support and five things to consider when managing volunteers Continue reading

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Pragmatic co-production: Utopian dream or key to the future of civil society?

Srabani Sen discusses why she thinks that pragmatic co-production is key for the evolution of civil society Continue reading

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