News and Publications - Members (April 2019)

Autism & Homelessness toolkit – Homeless Link
Boroughs formally join Capital Letters collaborative programme – London Councils
Building community resilience: Islington Council signs emergency planning agreement with Muslim Aid – LB Islington
Call for content: Community research that changes lives – Local Trust
Change of Perspectives: Arts partnerships for young people with SEND - John Lyon's Charity
Charitable Giving Report 2018 – Blackbaud
Chief Executive, Lesley Seary to step down after 8 years at Islington Council – LB Islington
Cultural Infrastructure Toolbox – GLA
EU Londoners Hub - GLA
Falling through the gaps – new research into care leavers’ experiences – Innovation Unit and Oak Foundation
How are charities accessing people in prison to deliver vital services? – NPC
Innovation, Discovery and the Legitimacy of Philanthropy – CAF
Jonathan Flory: Opportunities for charities accessing social finance – Civil Society and Social Finance
Making apprenticeships and traineeships work for single parents – Trust for London
Making it easier to contact the council – LB Croydon
A Minimum Income Standard for London 2018 – Trust for London
New Chief Executive for Bexley Council – LB Bexley
New research deepens understanding of children’s attitudes to physical activity and sport – London Sport
Nick Temple: The £200m youth fund is a generational opportunity to prevent offending – Civil Society and Social Investment Business
No Justice in the Capital? – Revolving Doors and Trust for London
Office space available – London Sport/House of Sport
Over 2,000 community projects receive share of £65m lottery funding – Civil Society and the National Lottery Community Fund
Partners for Health grants programme launched – London Catalyst
Positive Futures Fund – Southwark Council
Putting the people into NPC: Our new strategy – NPC
Recruitment drive launched for new London Office of Technology and Innovation – London Councils
Sector bodies begin project on relationship between large and small charities – Civil Society, Lloyds Bank Foundation, ACEVO and NCVO
Shifting decisions to Camden's communities – Camden Giving
Tackling London's disability employment gap – Greater London Authority
The unspoken decline of outer London Why is poverty and inequality increasing in outer London and what needs to change? – Trust for London and the Smith Institute
Upgrading democracy: open access participation - TSIP
WISE Programme – Clore Social Leadership, Battersea Power Station Foundation and Wimbledon Foundation