News and Publications - Non Members (April 2019)

2019 Ariadne Forecast for European Social Change and Human Rights Funders - Ariadne
Access to cash review final report – Access to Cash Review
Andrew Pitt: How has social evolution changed philanthropy? – Civil Society
The apprenticeships programme – NAO
The Brexit Effect How government has changed since the EU referendum-IFS
Charities respond to spring statement – Civil Society
The charity investment ‘tipping point’ From cash to investment – Aberdeen Standard Capital
Children of Prisoners: Fixing a broken system – Crest
Citizens Advice launches new service for people applying for Universal Credit – Citizens Advice
Corporations, business and social trust – British Council
Council tax increases in England to be second highest in ten years – CIPFA
Data IQ 100 – Data IQ 100
DCMS allocates £15m Tampon Tax Fund to 10 charities – Civil Society
DCMS announces £1.2m for a charity safeguarding training programme – Civil Society
DCMS releases £90m from dormant assets for new youth foundation – Civil Society
The economics of abuse – Women’s Aid
Exploring the new world: practical insights for funding, commissioning and managing in complexity – Collaborate CIC and Newcastle University
Evidence and Gap Maps on Homelessness. A launch pad for strategic evidence production and use – Centre for Homelessness Impact
A fifth of deprived children never spend time in nature – CYP Now
Five ways civil society organisations can prepare for EU exit – DCMS
Fundraising Around the World – NFP Synergy
Giving big: when it comes to charities, does size matter? - LSE
Government to give £55m from dormant accounts to new financial inclusion – Civil Society
Government to harness power of sport to help tackle youth violence – Home Office
Guidance for charities with a connection to a non-charity – DCMS and Charity Commission
Helping hand? Improving Universal Credit – Bright Blue
How should campaigners engage with the Independent Group? – Pete Moorey
Identifying who is being funded – 360 Giving
Increase in crack cocaine use inquiry: summary of findings – Home Office
Insights on core funding – Esmee Fairbairn Foundation
Investigation into devolved funding – NAO
Is pressure to achieve exam results contributing to school exclusions? – RSA
Kitchen Talent: Training and retaining the chefs of the future – Centre for London
Life expectancy falls by six months in biggest drop in UK forecasts – The Guardian
'Like a war': the struggle for space that pushes young Londoners to violence – The Guardian
London councils pay landlords £14m in 'incentives' to house homeless people – The Guardian
Matching Children’s Needs and Services: A Case of Three Circles – Dartington Service Design Lab
National evaluation of the Troubled Families Programme 2015 to 2020: findings - MHCLG
Navca concerned about ‘independence’ after council takes CVS in-house – Civil Society and Navca
NCVO to lead coalition of charities developing safeguarding tools for charities – Civil Society
Nowhere to Turn: Strengthening the safety net for children and families facing crisis – Children’s Society
New deputy mayor Debbie Weekes-Bernard predicts Brexit will trigger a spike in racist hate crime – Evening Standard
Number of London youth clubs nearly halved since 2011 riots – The Guardian
Outcomes for mental health services: what really matters? – Kings Fund
Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care in 2018 – Kings Fund
Preventing and responding to sexual harassment: Funders’ practices and challenges - Ariadne
Rudd admits disabled people feel 'put on trial for seeking support' – The Guardian
Safeguarding children and young people in education from knife crime – OFSTED
Serious youth violence summit to launch public health duty to tackle serious violence – Home Office
Social value in government procurement – DCMS
The State of Ageing in 2019 – Centre for Ageing Better
'Success achieved in spite of commissioning system rather than as a result of it' – Civil Society
Supporting disabled people to work – NAO
Tackling homelessness together consultation - MHCLG
Taking control: which taxes could be devolved to English local government? – IFS
Talking about Poverty - JRF
Technology in the charitable sector – The Good Exchange
Why we’re removing our 5% platform fee – Just Giving