Tag Archives: Campaigning

The House of Lords report on charities: what you need to know

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Peer pressure – what do calls for Lords reform mean for charities?

How will calls for reform affect the way peers work, and what charities need to do to influence them? Continue reading

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Charities must have a voice in Brexit

Learning and moving on from the referendum debate Continue reading

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Come what May: Preparing for Brexit

Key areas in which Brexit could effect voluntary organisations and how you can prepare for this Continue reading

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Stuart Etherington’s new year letter to the sector

Thoughts on the big issues effecting the voluntary sector in the coming year Continue reading

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How to talk about charities and campaigning

Current discussion in the media and how charities should respond Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: December 2016

Resolution of the anti-lobbying clause, research and policy action to support smaller charities engage with public services, and local government funding Continue reading

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Voluntary sector comes together to celebrate Human Rights Day

Sanchita Hosali from the British Institute of Human Rights discusses why the Human Rights Act matters and what you can do to protect it. Continue reading

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A resolution to the anti-lobbying clause

An analysis of the government's announcement of 10 minimum grant making standards and changes to the anti-lobbying clause Continue reading

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Should parliament be at the centre of charities’ Brexit influencing strategies?

Does the Article 50 judgement mean charities seeking to influence Brexit should now be turning their attentions to MPs and Peers? Continue reading

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