Publications

Judicial Review and Rule of Law

An Introduction to the Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015, Part 4, for Charities and Not-for-Profit organisations

 

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Older People, isolation and civic engagement – a national symposium

This is a report of a one day  conference held at the Albany Theatre in Deptford in December 2014, organised by Entelechy Arts and funded by the Foundation.

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Becoming a dementia-friendly arts venue: A practical guide

This new guide has been produced by a working group chaired by David Cutler, the Director of the Baring Foundation. It has been written by a group of people with practical experience of making arts and cultural venues dementia friendly.

 

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Technically Older – an update on digital arts and creative ageing

This report updates Joe Randall’s ground-breaking paper for the Foundation on digital arts and older people. Based on interviews with artists and ten new case studies it looks at new opportunities such as self-directed activity, personalised care and scaling up of work.

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Better use of the law and human rights by the voluntary sector

A background paper, by Neil Crowther, for the Baring Foundation Strengthening the Voluntary Sector programme, September 2015.

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Funding for Black, Asian & other minority ethnic communities

Analysis of the gap in funding for the BAME voluntary and community sector by Voice4Change England.

Place-based funding

An examination of options for developing the ecology of the social sector at the local level by Margaret Bolton.

Changing communities

A report on supporting voluntary and community organisations to adapt to local demographic and cultural change by Marilyn Taylor and Mandy Wilson.

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Beyond 2015

A collection of essays from the Equality and Diversity Forum and EDF Research Network – shaping the future of equality, human rights and social justice.

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Living national treasure – arts and older people in Japan

This short account is based on a study tour organised by the British Council in Japan in April. Japan has a super-ageing society but also a super- creative society and a number of case studies are described of arts work with older people. These include the extraordinary Gold Theatre of Saitama, created by the internationally reknown Director Yukio Ninagawa.