Tag Archives: Independence and values

Summer 2016 A to Z – Part One

Some of the important policy issues affecting charities that have come up in Summer 2016. Continue reading

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Edward Birchall: The World War One soldier behind today’s NCVO

The vision and legacy of Edward Birchall, NCVO's founder Continue reading

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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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Easing community tensions – practical advice for charities

Our sector’s roots in local communities make us well placed to speak up for the victims of racist and xenophobic attacks. Continue reading

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Social capital: Then and now

How interest in social capital has evolved over time and opportunities for new research Continue reading

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Governance round-up: March 2016

The anti-advocacy clause, charity law update, latest from the Charity Commission, best of the blogs and more Continue reading

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Five (somewhat) answered questions on the anti-advocacy clause

NCVO met Cabinet Office officials to ask five key questions about the anti-advocacy clause. There are their answers. Other questions remain. Continue reading

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Once upon an outcome: effective impact stories

Four examples of inspiring impact storytelling and how you can talk about your organsation's impact in an engaging way Continue reading

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The Charity Commission’s guidance on the EU Referendum sets the wrong tone

An overview of the Charity Commission's guidance for charities on the EU referendum Continue reading

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The True and Fair Foundation on charity shops

Explanation of why the latest report from the True and Fair Foundation is not credible and why it will do damage to charities and the beneficiaries they serve Continue reading

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