Policy briefing on charities and campaigning

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Policy briefing
Corporate author(s)
Date of publication
1 September 2017
Social Policy, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Social welfare
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Charities have a rich history in achieving change through their campaigning work. By helping to shape policy and legislation they can positively influence the lives of their beneficiaries and wider society. Campaigning by charities is also a fundamental element of an open democracy.

In this policy briefing NCVO set out some of the key issues which affect charity campaigning, these include charity law, and The Lobbying Act. This document includes a list of helpful resources.

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