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4 September 2015

Why campaigning is central to the work of the voluntary sector – the historical perspective

Andrew Purkis gives a speech at Cass Business School examining the historical context of campaigning for change by the voluntary sector.
Strengthening the Voluntary Sector
10 July 2015

First major grants awarded to support LGBTI civil society in southern Africa

The first major grants under the new International Development programme have been awarded to UHAI EASHRI and The Other Foundation.
International Development
24 April 2015

Long Live Arts – ground-breaking European conference on older people and cultural participation

Join us in The Hague in May for an inclusive insight into arts and older people work from around the world.
Arts
13 April 2015

New arts grants as part of our arts and older people programme

Four new grants for engaging older people in arts and culture.
Arts
27 February 2015

Independent Commission on the Future of the Voluntary Sector

The Foundation welcomes the final report of the Panel on the Independence of the Voluntary Sector and its recommendation for a new Commission on the Future of the Voluntary Sector.
Independent Inquiry into the future of civil society
11 February 2015

Fourth and final report of the Panel on the Independence of the Voluntary Sector

The final report of the Panel describes a series of serious threats to civil society and its independence.
Independent Inquiry into the future of civil society
18 December 2014

Late Style – new grants programme for older professional artists

Eleven new grants to arts organisations and venues to commission work from older professional artists
Arts
7 November 2014

Civil Exchange publishes collection of essays on the future of the voluntary sector

29 voluntary sector leaders and commentators give their views on where voluntary sector organisations could add most value to society over the next decade.
Independent Inquiry into the future of civil society