News and Publications - Non Members (June 2019)

12 by 24 – The Centre for Social Justice
A Letter To Foundations: Time to start again with investments - Forbes
A poor tax: Reforming council tax in London – Final report – IPPR
Active Communities – Sport England
Almost 2m people will lose £1,00 a year with universal credit – The Guardian
Arts contribute more to UK economy than agriculture – report – The Guardian
Bold action needed beyond the school gates to loosen the grip of child poverty – JRF
Changing Lives: the social impact of participation in culture and sport – House of Commons
‘Charites’ need to be less insular and to rise to Brexit challenges’ – Civil Society
Charites predict 10 percent growth in income over next three years – Civil Society
Charities and DCMS to create Youth Charter – Civil Society
Charities minister calls for ‘bold’ progress on social value – Civil Society
Charities miss out on £45m due to ‘outdated’ lottery limits, says report – Civil Society
Charity workers suffering an epidemic of mental health issues and stress, survey reveals - Unite
Children’s future food inquiry – Children’s Right 2 Food
Children’s services at breaking point – Government must back local authorities with funding that meets demand – Parliament
Climate change for charity leaders outside the environmental sector – ACEVO
Committee examines local government finance – Parliament
Compact between old and young at risk of breakdown, say peers – The Guardian
Computer says ‘no!’ – stage one: information provision – Child Poverty Action Group
Considering the impacts of regulation change on charities: The regulatory policy committee – NCVO
Councils face £50bn black hole over next six years – County Councils Network
Crossing divides: How art and heritage can help bring us together – British Future
Domestic abuse: PM vows to end ‘postcode lottery’ for victims – BBC
Driving change through innovation in London – EY
Edward Timpson publishes landmark exclusions review – Gov.uk
English council funding: what’s happened and what’s next? - IFS
EU settlement scheme: community leader toolkit – Home Office
Families likely to be ‘pulled into poverty’ by benefits freeze continuing for another year – iNews
Fatima Elguenuni: language, listening and the Grenfell Community – The King’s Fund
Foundation transparency – how are should we go?  - Alliance
From the Periphery to the Mainstream: Mentoring in Schools on the Curriculum at Cass Business School – CASS
Front and Centre - Putting Social Value at the Heart of Inclusive Growth – Social Enterprise UK
Fundraising for impact – Institute of Fundraising
Garden Bridge project was a ‘failure for charity’ – Charity Commission
Giving blog: Reflections on our latest funding cycle – The Robertson Trust
Government announces end to unfair evictions – Home Office
Government consults on social investment tax relief – Civil Society
Hitting reset: A case for local leadership – Localis
Home Office allocates £51m to police forces for increased action on knife crime – Home Office
How can voluntary organisations influence and shape health service transformation? – NCVO
How home office used terror-related law on highly skilled migrants – The Guardian
How to recruit trustees for your charity – Getting On Board
Human Rights Council: Visit to the UK - UN
Independent report presents blueprint for expanding dormant assets scheme – Home Office
Inequalities in the 21st century: introducing the IFS Deaton Review - IFS
Investing in quality: The contribution of large charities to shaping future health and care – The King’s Fund
Is England fairer? – Equality and Human Rights Commission
It pays to be good – new research shows £2.3bn strength in UK ‘tech for social good’ – Tech Nation
Launching a citizen-led prosperity index – Bartlett 100
Leadership Index – NLGN
Local authority spending – Centre for London
London borough budgets fall a fifth in eight years, with inner London hit hardest –Centre for London
London needs you alive toolkit – Mayor’s Office
Look up – A New Direction
Making a way forward – Community Organising and the Future of Democracy in Europe – Ariadne
Making diversity count in the charity sector – ACEVO
Marking the Government’s homework on brexit: A civil society perspective – Brexit Civil Society Alliance
Media exposure: a mixed bag – Noteworthy
Neighbourhood Services – APSE
New funding for rough sleepers living with mental illness and substance misuse – Home Office
New programme to support South London health and wellbeing organisations – School of Social Entrepreneurs
New urban visions: Bringing digital social innovation into City Hall – Nesta
Over £100m raised from dormant accounts in 2018 – Civil Society
Philanthropy is at a turning point. Here are 6 ways it could go – World Economic Forum 
Policy must be rebalanced in favour of the young, say Lords Committee – Parliament
Poverty in your area – End Child Poverty
Preventing youth homelessness: an assessment of local approaches – Reform
Probation Service: Offender supervision to be renationalised – BBC
‘Profoundly disturbing’ levels of stress reported by charity workers, warns Unite – Civil Society
Provocations on power, voice and listening – The Blagrave Trust
Public investment, public again – Creative Industries Federation
Public now much more positive about legacy giving, says survey – Civil Society
Reach Fund: reflections two years on – Access
Ready for Anything – British Red Cross
Slow response to universal credit errors ‘bizarre’, says council – The Guardian
Social care 360 – The King’s Fund
Social Investment Tax Relief: call for evidence – Home Office
Society exposes ‘catastrophic’ housing advice deserts – The Law Society
Steph Taylor: Charity perspectives on building trust with grantmakers – Civil Society
Strategic communications training – Equally Ours
Successful use of strategic litigation by the voluntary sector on issues related to discrimination and disadvantage: key cases from the UK – The Baring Foundation
Supporting young parents to reach their full potential – Local Government Association
Taking Ownership: Community empowerment through crowdfunding investment – Nesta
The homelessness monitor: England 2019 – Crisis
The miracle cure? Exploring a public health approach to serious youth violence – The King’s Food
The paralysis of power: How outdated structures are stifling foundations – The Blagrave Trust
The time had come to bring road user charging to the digital age – Centre for London
The UK in global economy – IPPR
Three systems we can redesign to end food poverty – JRF
Transforming healthcare together – IVAR
Transforming Rehabilitation – NAO
UK local authority culture spend ‘smallest in Europe’ – Arts Professional
Universal credit hardship ‘linked to prostitution’ – The Guardian
Wandsworth Council's budget one of the hardest hit in London, new analysis – The Wandsworth Times
What we can learn from the latest International Giving trends? – Alliance
When it comes to technology, do charity CEOs think the glass is half full – Civil Society
Who is sitting round your board table? – Association of Chairs
Why grant-givers and fundraisers need to work together to create a diverse sector– Institute of Fundraising
You can’t really win’: 4m Britons in poverty despite having jobs – The Guardian
Youth work inquiry - APPG