Author Archives: Lisa Hornung

Lisa Hornung

About Lisa Hornung

Lisa works as a research officer at NCVO and helps with the production of the UK Civil Society Almanac. Recently, she has undertaken research with Clinks looking at voluntary organisations working in criminal justice.

New volunteering data out today

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has published the latest results from its Community Life Survey. Continue reading

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Pale, male and stale? What I learned while researching diversity and volunteering

Why there is a lack of diversity among those who get involved in volunteering, and how organisations can tackle this. Continue reading

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Why people volunteer and why they stop – what the latest data tells us

The UK Civil Society Almanac provides a comprehensive overview of the UK voluntary sector with a lot of information on finance, workforce and volunteering. Ahead of the Almanac 2018 launch in May, Lisa Hornung gives a sneak preview of the latest data on motivations and barriers to volunteering. Continue reading

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Top tech trends for charities in 2018

In January, we published The Road Ahead, our annual publication that identifies the key political, economic, societal and technological trends for charities in 2018. This blog post gives an overview of the challenges and opportunities of technology for the charity sector. Continue reading

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Getting involved: How people make a difference – new report out today

Today we’re launching our publication Getting Involved: How people make a difference, part of our Almanac series of publications that aim to improve understanding of civil society and inform current debates. Continue reading

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