Rest of the Sector - September 2019

ACEVO co-signs letter on no deal Brexit - ACEVO
Agents of Change – Nesta
Almost half of charity accounts fail to meet auditing standards, warns Commission – Civil Society
Ask and take action – Agenda
BAME people and charities – ACEVO
Boris Johnson as Prime Minister – What does it mean for charities and Brexit? – NCVO
Boris Johnson as Prime Minister – What does it mean for everything that’s not Brexit – NCVO
Borrowing Behaviour – Standard Life Foundation
Capital Gains: A global city in a changing world – Fabian Society
Capital Homes - New responses to London's housing crisis Paper 3: Tenure and affordability – Centre for London
Children’s Voices: Children’s experiences of instability in the care system – Care Commissioner
The Civil Society Strategy: One year on – NCVO
Drug poisoning deaths up 16% in face of public health cuts – Local Gov
Embracing a Different Worldview - Collaborate
Emission Impossible? – Bright Blue
Explainer: Proroguing Parliament – Institute for Government
Female knife possession crimes in England rise by 73% - The Guardian
Graham Duxbury: How civil society can combat loneliness – Civil Society
The Good Childhood Report 2019 – Childrens Society
The Great Places Commission – Great Places Commission
Growing up in air-polluted areas linked to mental health issues – The Guardian
A home of her own, housing and women – Women’s Budget Group
How can you develop an innovative mindset? Our experience with Essex County Council – Nesta
How proposed changes to sexual harassment law may affect charities and volunteers - NCVO
If we want a better civil society we need to get policy thinkers to focus more on it – LSE
Investment in the arts is no soft option – Arts Professional
Joining the Dots: Time for ‘relationship-centred government’? How about it Mr Johnson? - Shift
#knifefree - Why governments should be prioritising community involvement from the start – Nesta
Living Wage Campaign wins over £1bn for workers – Living Wage Foundation
Local services will continue to decline until Government tackles £5 billion funding gap – Commons Select Committee
London is increasingly home to the top 1% by income, study finds – The Guardian
London Councils call for ‘adequate resources’ to fight knife crime - LocalGov
Making local government finance even more local – Kings Fund
Ministry of Justice to give prisoners greater protection during rollout of PAVA spray – Equality and Human Rights Commission
More and better data, but can we follow the money? – 360 Giving
MPs can’t just defend democracy in a crisis, they must deepen it too - NLGN
The Opportunity of the Catalyst — Part 1 – The Catalyst
Planning for tomorrow’s workforce: understanding skills and skills gaps in the voluntary sector - NCVO
Proposed law changes 'raise questions about the line between volunteering and work' – Civil Society
A short history of social care funding reform in England: 1997 to 2019 – Kings Fund
'Stopping short?' Sentencing reform and short prison sentences – Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
Surge in EU citizens unfairly refused access to universal credit – The Guardian
Tackling transport-related barriers to employment in low-income neighbourhoods – Joseph Rowntree Foundation
Talk of a public housing renaissance in London is fake news – The Guardian
UK collaborative to bring a social purpose to the digital revolution – The Catalyst
Untangling Loneliness – What Works Wellbeing
Use of technology in schools does not on its own improve students’ digital literacy or prepare them for the workplace – Nuffield Foundation
Voting on Brexit: Parliament's role before 31 October – Institute for Government
“We should have been doing this for years”: How a radical scheme in one London borough helped over 300 families avoid eviction – Prospect Magazine
What we can learn from the latest International Giving trends? – Alliance
Why the arts can lead the revival of Britain’s towns – The Guardian
Women and the Future of Work - RSA
Young Trustees Guide – Arts Council