The five minute Policy Manager – June 2015

An NCVO round up of what is happening in voluntary sector policy this month (June 2015) Continue reading

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Making an impact at Westminster in 2015

What does the new political environment and the 2015 election mean for charities? Continue reading

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NCVO public services news round up June 2015

Payment by results, Work Programme, Unite's vision for the sector, volunteering in public services, cultural commissioning, webinars and consortium masterclass Continue reading

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Further ways to strengthen fundraising self-regulation

Now the IoF has agreed to overhaul its standards committee, what else do we need to do strengthen self-regulation? Continue reading

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I sometimes worry about the word ‘strategy’

Srabani Sen, an NCVO consultant leading our Meaningful Strategy course, explains why strong strategy energises organisations and motivates staff. Continue reading

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Volunteering round-up: June 2015

A look back on the biggest Volunteers' Week yet, plus awards, upcoming events, and the latest resources including the new NCVO almanac. Continue reading

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The value of learning and development for volunteer managers

The challenges faced by managers and the vital role learning and development plays in enhancing the volunteer experience. Continue reading

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10 things I learnt during Volunteers’ Week

Justin reflects on some interesting research and quirky findings from the world of volunteering. Continue reading

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Almanac 2015 – where to start

Today we've launch the 2015 edition of the UK Civil Society Almanac. David Kane explains how you can use the Almanac findings in your work. Continue reading

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Are charities failing to tap into volunteer talent?

Trustees Unlimited CEO Ian Joseph asks if charities should be doing more to recruit potential trustees from their volunteer base. Continue reading

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