A new era of openness to drive a more impactful society: NPC's manifesto for the new government

Document type
Policy briefing
Author(s)
Corry, Dan; Davis, Leah
Publisher
New Philanthropy Capital
Date of publication
25 November 2019
Subject(s)
Social Policy, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

Download (165KB )

Briefing on charities and civil society ahead of the General Election 2019.

Charities are integral to providing successful public services. They currently receive about £12bn a year to house the homeless, support families in need, help prisoners get their lives back on track, and much more. From the smallest community groups to the biggest brands, charities are central to our communities, working with people from all walks of life to support the most vulnerable, campaign for change, and build social capital and a cohesive society through local arts, sports and education projects.

More from Social welfare collection

Related to Social Policy

Supporting a stronger civil society

The purpose of the paper is to consult on how central Government can best play a role to support building infrastructure in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCS) sector.

The 'shared society' needs a strong civil society

This discussion paper argues that politicians should consider the importance of civil society

Policy briefing on charities and campaigning

In this policy briefing NCVO set out some of the key issues which affect charity campaigning

Scaling up for the Big Society

This report provides a guide on how to achieve the promises of the Big Society agenda. The coalition government has stated explicitly its desire to increase the third sector’s involvement in public

More items related to this subject