News and Publications - Non Members (September 2018)

Adult social care at a glance - National Audit Office
All supported housing to be funded by housing benefit - 24 Housing 
Arts Council told new strategy must focus on communication and diversity - Civil Society 
Benefit freeze puts private renting out of reach for low-income tenants and risks fueling homelessness - Chartered Institute for Housing
Biggest Ever Review of UK Women’s Rights Finds Inequality in All Areas of Life - Rights Info
Biggest fundraising events made less money than last year, report shows - Civil Society
Bridging the gap between London and the rest of the UK - Centre for London 
Can a members’ club change the world? That’s what The Conduit wants to do... - Evening Standard
Carolina Albuerne: How collaboration helped eight charities try a new approach - Civil Society
Charities and non-charities: why the difference matters - Charity Commission 
Charity regulators hold governance review of SORP making process - Charity Commission 
Childcare provision during asylum interviews in the UK – the story of a successful campaign - Asylum Aid
Civil Society Strategy: building a future that works for everyone - DCMS and OCS
The Cost of a Child in 2018 - CPAG
Education in England: Annual Report 2018 - Education Policy Institute 
Foundations Must Lead the Way on the Diversity Agenda - Center for Effective Philanthropy 
Full employment: we're half way there - Resolution Foundation 
Full Time Social Action Update - NCVO
Good Childhood Report - Childrens Society
The government’s Fair Funding Review could hit inner London and help suburban England - IFS
Grenfell Tower Is No Longer A Crime Scene As Forensic Investigation Ends - Huffington Post
How local authority leaders can Keep it Local to drive their preventative services - Locality
How philanthropy can support the growth of data for social good - Alliance 
How to help homeless people – without feeding a habit - The Guardian
Inspiring female charity leaders set to be honoured with statues - Civil Society
I'm sorry, I've been burning out - Nesta 
Jessica Mullen: What the future probation reforms mean for charities - Civil Society
Julia Unwin: Government and charities don't do enough to give people power - Civil Society
Landmark philanthropic summit calls for more support to end violence against girls and women - Alliance
Leadership Index 2018 - NLGN
LGA: Give NCS cash to councils to fund year-round youth work - CYP Now
The London Intelligence - Centre for London
More, better, together: A strategic review of giving in London - Centre for London 
NCVO Archives: Civil Society Strategy - NCVO 
A new deal for social housing - MHCLG 
The only way is ethics: a new approach to outsourcing social care - The Guardian
On the ropes: Social Care Provision Under Austerity - Localis 
To open up democracy, people in poverty must have real power - Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Paul Gray: On universal credit, ministers were wrong to ignore us - The Guardian
The rising tide: Additional days for rulebreaking in prison - Howard League
Rough justice: problems with monthly assessment of pay and circumstances in universal credit, and what can be done about them - CPAG
Rough sleeping strategy - MHCLG
Round 2 of the Skills for Londoners Capital Fund - LEAP 
Shared services - LGA 
A Sporting Chance: an independent review of sport in justice - Ministry of Justice 
Tackling transport-related barriers to employment in low-income neighbourhoods - Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Teenagency: How young people can create a better world - RSA
The Living Standards Audit 2018 - Resolution Foundation
Thousands of ex-prisoners likely to be sleeping rough - The Guardian
Time and Money - Cazenove Capital
Undercover check finds discrimination against tenants on benefits - The Guarduan
What is happening to life expectancy in the UK? - Kings Fund