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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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Anti-advocacy clause – what you can do next

With concern growing over the government's intention to include anti-advocacy clauses in future grant agreements, here are three ways you can take action Continue reading

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Five unanswered questions on the anti-advocacy clause

The key questions on the anti-advocacy clause that have yet to be answered by the minister for civil society. Continue reading

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Three types of grant funding that will be affected by the new anti-advocacy clause

A look at how the government's new anti-advocacy clause will have a negative impact on policy making. Continue reading

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Anti-advocacy clause is counter-productive

Why the government's decision to apply an anti-advocacy clause to its grants to charities is bad for policy making. Continue reading

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The civil society strategy: One year on

One year after the publication of the government's civil society strategy, what progress has been made? What still needs to happen? And is a civil society strategy still necessary? Continue reading

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Public policy round-up: November 2018

A summary of the key policy and regulatory developments for charities in November 2018. Continue reading

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The civil society strategy: What it says about campaigning

The civil society strategy sets out a positive new tone on campaigning, but what does it mean in practice? Continue reading

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What should the government’s new civil society strategy look like?

In this blog post, Karl Wilding discusses government's new civil society strategy, and what questions it might need to answer. Continue reading

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Is the voluntary sector losing its independence?

A discussion of the new civil exchange report on voluntary sector independence, and whether we can think differently about the issue. Continue reading

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