Tag Archives: Public services

Funding round-up: March 2019

This month we discuss the spring statement, the decrease in charitable giving, a brand new service for charitable bequests and many more funding updates. Continue reading

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Rebalancing the relationship between large and small voluntary organisations

A new project to rebalance the relationship between large and small voluntary organisations bidding for contracts Continue reading

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Spring statement 2019 – a placeholder while the Brexit saga unfolds

Amid the ongoing Brexit turmoil, the chancellor's spring statement was more of a holding statement in lieu of a possible no deal. Continue reading

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The Road Ahead 2019 – what can charities expect from the year ahead?

NCVO's annual report The Road Ahead is available now, looking at what 2019 has in store for charities and how they can prepare. Continue reading

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Health and Wellbeing Alliance round-up: The NHS long-term plan

The prime minister launched the much-anticipated NHS long-term plan on Monday. We look at the big changes and the implications for voluntary sector involvement. Continue reading

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My top five breakout sessions for Annual Conference 2019

Alex Farrow, a lead consultant in NCVO Charities Evaluation Services, shares his top breakout sessions taking place at the upcoming Annual Conference. Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: December 2018

In this month's digest of news from the public services world, we look at government procurement and the government's search for a domestic violence commissioner. Continue reading

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Public services news round-up: November 2018

In this month's digest of news from the public services world, we recap the autumn budget and highlight a new tool to tackle health inequalities. Continue reading

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Autumn Budget 2018 – Between a rock and a (potentially) hard Brexit

The last time a Budget was held on a Monday was 1962, the same year that saw John Glenn launch from Cape Canaveral to become the first American to orbit the Earth. Continue reading

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Public Services News Round-Up: October 2018

The Autumn Budget is due next week which means all eyes are on the chancellor as he prepares to reveal whether austerity really is 'over'. Continue reading

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