Tag Archives: Campaigning and lobbying

Volunteering and the general election

How flexible volunteering opportunities and use of technology could have affected the general election Continue reading

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Public policy round-up: June 2017

This blog provides an overview of some of the key policy and regulatory developments relevant to charities in June 2017 Continue reading

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A crisis in global civil society: mobilising the private sector to achieve our goals

Alex Farrow, lead consultant for NCVO Charity Evaluation Services, discusses how civil society and the private sector can work together. Continue reading

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What does the Queen’s speech mean for charities?

The Queen's speech - why a two-year parliament might help charities influence policy Continue reading

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How to help small charities make a bigger difference

As Small Charity Week gets underway, Karl discusses the ways small charities make a difference and how to help them. Continue reading

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What does a hung parliament mean for charities?

The election has given us a hung parliament - how can charities use it influence policy? Continue reading

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The June 2017 general election

Reaction to the general election result Continue reading

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Charities and the general election: the great campaigns that are happening

Charities have been pulling out all the stops to get their messages heard in the run-up to the election. Mary looks at ten pre-election campaigns. Continue reading

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Public Policy round-up: May 2017

An overview of some of the key policy and regulatory changes in the charity sector that have happened this month Continue reading

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Charities and the Lobbying Act: the Electoral Commission’s view

Ben Wilkinson, head of external communications at the Electoral Commission, discusses the non-party campaigning rules in light of the snap general election. Continue reading

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