Tag Archives: Campaigning and lobbying

Queen’s Speech: What charities need to know

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Crack the Crises: Standing together with the communities we serve

The Crack the Crises campaign is a way for our communities to tackle covid-19, injustice, and climate change. We’ve signed up and we’re asking you to join us. Continue reading

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The inside track: March 2021

Our latest update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including a delay to the controversial police bill. Continue reading

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The inside track: February 2021

Our latest update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including the #RightNow campaign, and Oliver Dowden’s heritage summit. Continue reading

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Funding round-up: February 2021

This week saw the launch of the #RightNow campaign that NCVO is supporting along with hundreds of other charities. Continue reading

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The inside track: January 2021

Our latest political round-up includes news on a return to a remote parliament, the end of the Brexit committee, and what the deal means for charity campaigners. Continue reading

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The inside track: December 2020

Our latest political round-up includes news on the Spending Review and Boris Johnson's new chief of staff Continue reading

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The inside track: November 2020

Our latest political round-up includes a commitment from the PM for more funding for charities and thoughts on what the exit of Dominic Cummings means for charities Continue reading

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The inside track: October 2020

Our latest political round-up includes mentions of support for charities in parliament and the publication of Danny Kruger's report. Continue reading

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The inside track: September 2020

Our latest political round-up includes mentions of the challenges faced by charities, Brexit’s return to the agenda, and a new cabinet secretary. Continue reading

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