News and Publications - Non Members (November 2019)

No 19 – You didn’t hear it here first… - Tangled and Trapped
250 million children worldwide forecast to be obese by 2030 – The Guardian
Ageing, fast and slow: When place and demography collide – Resolution Foundation
Assessing your grantee’s financial sustainability? Then please read this – Alliance
Beyond the 2019 Food Bank London Food Poverty Profile - Sustain
Black boys wait too long to be adopted. Is the system institutionally racist? – The Guardian
Brexit guidance for DCMS sectors – DCMS:
Divided Britain? Polarisation and fragmentation trends in the UK - King's College London
British heritage sites not inclusive enough, survey shows – The Guardian
Can London end working poverty and move to a four-day week within a decade? – London Plus
Can you have too much of an ethical focus on donors? – Institute of Fundraising
Capitalism in Crisis? Transforming our Economy for People and Planet -SOSE 2019 – School for Social Entrepreneurs
Chairs appointed to network to give disabled people stronger voice – DWP
Charities are spending £1.1bn a year applying for grants - but 63 per cent fail, researchers find – Daily Telegraph
Charities sign up to 'consensus statement' to make England ‘best country to grow old in’ – Civil Society
The Charity Commission is losing the 'trust and confidence' of charities – DSC
Code of Fundraising Practice – Fundraising Regulator
Could Open Data Help Arts and Culture Listings? – Nesta
Data Maturity Self Assessment – Data Orchard
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: The Pillars of Stronger Foundation Practice – ACF
Diversity, Inclusion and Isomorphism – Grant Givers Movement
Does the NHS really have a new strategic health infrastructure plan? – King’s Fund
Drugs: UK should consider legalising possession, MPs say – BBC News
Durham Commission on Creativity and Education – Arts Council England
The Duty to Build Beautiful – Policy Exchange
Equality Impact Investing – from principles to practice – Dartington
Enhancing arts and culture in the criminal justice system – Arts Council England
Estimated number of people identifying as lesbian, gay or bisexual by age group, UK, 2017 - ONS
Every voter counts: winning over low-income voters – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Families on housing benefit unable to afford 94% of rental homes, research finds – The Independent
Financial Inclusion Monitor 2019 – University of Birmingham
Focus on pay and good jobs to unlock the UK's productivity challenge – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Foundation Giving Trends – ACF
The Future of Skills: Employment in 2030 – Nesta
Free schools programme 'underserves' educationally disadvantaged pupils – CYP Now
Gift Aid Awareness Day Toolkit – Charity Finance Group
Giving Tomorrow: Legacy and In-Memory 2045 – Legacy Foresight
Government accused of wrecking plans to build more social housing – The Guardian
Government backs next generation of scientists to transform healthcare and tackle climate change - BEIS
Government outsourcing: what has worked and what needs reform? – Institute for Government
Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 Report – Grenfell Tower Inquiry
Groundbreaking new platform launched to support mental health – Public Health England
Hate crimes double in five years in England and Wales – The Guardian
The Health and Wellbeing of Londoners – Centre for London
A healthy foundation for the future – The Health Foundation
Home Secretary announces a package of new measures to tackle county lines – Home Office
How British moral attitudes have changed in the last 30 years – King’s College London
Hundreds of victims of slavery sleep rough in London, says charity – Evening Standard
Is there an exodus of millennials from the capital? – On London
Kirsty Weakley: One year on from the announcement of its new strategy, how does the Charity Commission measure up? – Civil Society
Living Wage Funders and challenges of the charity sector – Living Wage Foundation
Local Authority Toolkit – Living Wage Foundation
London's creative industries provides £40bn spending boost to economy: new report – City AM
London Zoo invites local charities to apply for subsidised tickets – Civil Society
Make or break Brexit: the future of social enterprise – Big Issue
May and Johnson’s Brexit Deals compared: A harder deal, less alignment and more barriers to trade – IPPR
Measuring Household Financial Resilience - Financial Resilience Task Force
Meet the councils quietly building a housing revolution – The Guardian
More R&D spend should be mission-led – Nesta
NCVO launches free online safeguarding guides for charities – Civil Society
NCVO requires ‘gear change’ if it is to reach more people, new CEO tells sector – Civil Society
“No one is too young to make a difference”: stories from the global climate strike – Open Democracy
New fund for frontline organisations tackling loneliness – DCMS
New research institute seeks to bridge divide between elites and communities – Young Foundation
New research reveals the biggest fraud risks to charities – Charity Commission
New template to make charity annual reports easier for the public to understand – Civil Society
On Gender – Manchester University
#OurCivilSociety – DCMS
Our role in tackling the climate emergency – Institute of Fundraising
Place Based Social Action Programme – Office for Civil Society and DCMS
Politicians should avoid the temptation of another NHS top-down re-organisation – King’s Fund
Power and Trust Survey - Grant Givers Movement
The power of girls: six lessons for funders who support them – Alliance
Protection from sexual harassment is a priority – including for volunteers – NCVO
Public attitudes to house building: findings from the British Social Attitudes survey 2018 – MHCLG
Public policy and the infrastructure of kindness in Scotland – Carnegie UK Trust
Pushing Back: Our take on life in poverty in London – Child Poverty Action Group
Record breaking year for museums and galleries in England - DCMS
Resources for No-Deal Brexit Planning – Locality
Sadiq Khan to fight government attempt to water down green policies – The Guardian
Safeguarding and protecting people for charities and trustees: updates to guidance – Charity Commission
‘Scrapping Universal Credit’ is good politics for Labour - but is it good policy? – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Social prescribing: new national academy set up – Department for Health and Social Care
Stop passing the buck on the botched Garden Bridge project – London Assembly
Someone becomes street homeless in London almost every two hours as rough sleeping hits record high – The Independent
Structurally unsound Exploring Inequalities: Igniting research to better inform UK policy - UCL
The value of the charity sector – Charity Commission
Two-thirds of young single parents to lose out under universal credit, think tank warns – The Independent
Universal Credit and prison leavers – DWP
Universal Credit and “survival sex” - Work and Pensions Committee
Unexplained pupil exits from schools: Further analysis and data by multi-academy trust and local authority – Education Policy Institute
We millennials have more ‘friends’ than ever. So why are we so lonely? – The Guardian
What’s in store?: How and why cities differ for consumers – Centre for Cities
Youth Work Week – NYA