How to walk from King’s Cross Station to Society Building

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Bringing your charity’s supporters closer to parliament

Emily Unell from the House of Commons on the relationship between charities and parliament and how you can get involved in UK Parliament Week Continue reading

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Charity leadership in an uncertain future

Leadership developers Edward Kellow and Rebecca Nestor discuss the issues leaders may currently face and a theory which could help Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: July 2016

EU referendum, Office for Civil Society move, funding, Work and Health Programme, local government transparency and more Continue reading

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Strengthening local government transparency

Latest developments in the data transparency agenda from government Continue reading

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Top 10 Almanac 2016 trends

A brief explanation of the financial trends for the voluntary sector Continue reading

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A vision for the Office for Civil Society’s future in DCMS

The move to DCMS will be good for the Office for Civil Society, says its director, Mark Fisher. Continue reading

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Cultural Commissioning Programme: Sharing the learning

With phase one of NCVO's Cultural Commissioning Programme coming to an end, Jessica Harris looks back at the project's successes, and looks forward to phase two. Continue reading

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What’s next on public trust and confidence in charities?

What we think needs to happen and our work so far Continue reading

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The Office for Civil Society is moving

Reflections on the move of OCS to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). Continue reading

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