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Posts written by guests who have contributed to NCVO projects and events.

Why corporate responsibility in the charity supply chain matters

Patrick Nash, founder of Connect Assist, on why it's increasingly important for companies to demonstrate positive environmental and social impact Continue reading

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Embedding quality in your commissioning practice

Rachel Blanche from Queen Margaret University shares her insights into the factors that influence quality in cultural commissioning outcomes, along with tools for aiding creative partnerships Continue reading

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#iwill Week: Why youth social action matters and how we can make it better

#iwill Ambassador Craig Bateman shares the impact that social action had on his life, and looks at ways to create more opportunities for young people to get involved Continue reading

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Promoting charity accountability: Understanding disclosure of serious incidents

The 2017 Campbell Adamson Memorial Prize-winning paper, presented at this year's NCVO Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference Continue reading

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Low pay in the voluntary sector

John Hume, chair of the Living Wage Friendly Funders’ Committee and chief executive of the People’s Health Trust, discusses a new report on low pay. Continue reading

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Giving volunteer managers a voice

This International Volunteer Managers' Day, Andy Broomhead from Diabetes UK talks about the importance of volunteer managers having a voice Continue reading

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The power of a thank you: The donor experience

John Grain from the Commission on the Donor Experience discusses the importance of making your donors feel appreciated Continue reading

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Civil Society Futures: Have your say

Julia Unwin discusses what the independent inquiry into the future of civil society has learnt so far, and how you can contribute Continue reading

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A changing funding landscape for charities involved in criminal justice

Latest data on voluntary organisations working in criminal justice, taken from Clinks' State of the Sector report Continue reading

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Charity supporters are likely to opt in

Rob Gethen Smith, director of customer engagement at Blackbaud, discusses new independent research commissioned by Blackbaud Europe on the GDPR. Continue reading

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