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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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Oxfam and Haiti: Next steps for charities

At NCVO, we believe that the world is changed for good by charities. We also recognise that doing good is, on its own, not enough. How we deliver our work is just as important. In light of the coverage of Oxfam in recent days, we have begun to reflect on the implications and next steps for charities more generally. Continue reading

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Getting Involved: Political participation

What are the trends of political participation and what lessons are there for charity campaigners? Continue reading

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Parliament and Brexit: why scrutiny is important

What were the Brexit bills outlined in the Queen's speech and what scrutiny should repatriated powers be subject to? Continue reading

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Volunteering in migrant camps

What happens to all the volunteers and voluntourists who decide to help? Share your experiences. Continue reading

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The House of Lords report on charities: what you need to know

A look at the new House of Lord's report on Charities and what it means for voluntary sector organisations. Continue reading

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