London, Leeds, Tokyo…NCVO is feeling (somewhat) international, and you can come with us…

Join a delegation from the UK charity sector visitng Japan who will sharing their knowledge and expertise. Continue reading

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Charities, transparency and campaign spending: rights and wrongs

Analysis of whether charities should report campaign spending to the regulator. Continue reading

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Eight reasons charities should be interested in their archives

Knowing more about your organisation can help you to demonstrate impact and campaign more effectively – find out more and get some practical tips. Continue reading

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Does your organisation never change?

If nothing is changing in your organisation, we don’t need to see you on this course. Otherwise the Meaningful Strategy training course from NCVO can help you change things. Continue reading

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The Lobbying Act: The biggest risk now is staying silent

No one must scare charities into undue self-censorship, writes NCVO’s chief executive. Continue reading

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Lobbying Act guidance – how it can be improved

NCVO's suggestions to the Electoral Commission on how to make its guidance on the Lobbying Act clearer and more useful to non-party campaigners Continue reading

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Volunteering summer reading

The role of volunteering in 'turbo-charging' public services, asset-based approaches and building stronger communities. Continue reading

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Governance round up August 2014

Myles Kunzli writes a quick overview from the world of voluntary sector governance Continue reading

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Eight steps towards the greatest happiness of a nation: how the public sector can help us all

Martyn Evans outlines what Sir John calls a route map to putting people "in control of their own lives". Continue reading

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Ending the Awkward – delivering Scope’s awareness campaign

Daniel Mazliah tells us how Scope successfully mixed charity, comedy and disability to tackle ‘innocent ignorance’. Continue reading

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