Author Archives: Véronique Jochum

Véronique Jochum

About Véronique Jochum

Véronique Jochum, Research Manager blogs about the latest research from NCVO and other research related topics on civil society.

What does the new UK Civil Society Almanac tell us?

Some of the headline findings on the voluntary sector from the latest research Continue reading

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‘Doing research’ differently

Recent changes in the field of social research and why we should be excited about them. Continue reading

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Volunteering: A family affair?

NCVO research manager, Veronique Jochum, reviews family volunteering on Twitter and discusses plans to work with the Third Sector Research Centre on this area. Continue reading

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Share evidence and research for better policy and practice

The call for papers for the Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference has been published - the deadline for submitting abstracts is 14 May. Continue reading

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15 facts about the voluntary sector workforce

The Voluntary Sector Workforce Almanac has been updated and now has its own website. Continue reading

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So what do we know about micro-volunteering?

Over the last few years we’ve seen a growing interest in micro-volunteering. Despite this growth, micro-volunteering remains a contested and controversial term. Continue reading

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Tackling consumer vulnerability: the role of civil society

Consumer Focus and NCVO ran an event to discuss how civil society organisations are involved in the market place and respond to the needs of vulnerable consumers. Continue reading

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