Category Archives: Politics and civil society

The Procurement Bill: what does it mean for charities?

On 11 May 2022, the government published the procurement bill which aims to improve regulation of public procurement. We explore what this means for charities. Continue reading

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The inside track: May 2022

Our latest political update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including the Queen's Speech and partygate. Continue reading

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Queen’s speech: What it means for the voluntary sector

NCVO's policy team responds to the government's legislative programme set out in the Queen's speech, and considers the impact for the voluntary sector. Continue reading

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Mobilising the public response to war in Ukraine through partnership and collaboration

The government's Homes for Ukraine scheme provides an opportunity to build on learnings from covid-19 and the Mobilising UK Voluntary Action (MVA) project. Continue reading

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The inside track: March 2022

Our latest political update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including the policing and crime bill, and Charity Commissions chair. Continue reading

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Levelling up white paper: What it means for charities and volunteering

Analysis of the Levelling Up white paper, published in February 2022, which sets out how the government plans to improve opportunity across the UK.   Continue reading

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The Road Ahead 2022: Finding a new practicality through uncertain times

Today we’ve launched the Road Ahead 2022 publication – our annual analysis of the changing operating environment impacting the voluntary sector. Continue reading

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The inside track: January 2022

Our latest update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including the progress of legislation, the failure to appoint a chair of the Charity Commission, and Labour frontbench changes. Continue reading

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Autumn Budget and Comprehensive Spending Review 2021

The Autumn Statement sets out the government’s short-term plans, while the Spending Review gives a multi-year view of policies and associated spending. Continue reading

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Governance round-up: October 2021 – Trustees’ Week special

Trustees' Week 2021 special, new research on trustee recruitment, launch of new EDI training and more. Continue reading

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