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13 March 2019

Strengthening Civil Society e-newsletter March 2019

Baring Foundation
News, views and resources from our SCS grantholders.
Strengthening Civil Society
20 February 2019

Arts e-newsletter February 2019

Baring Foundation
News, views and resources from our Arts programme.
7 February 2019

Overcoming barriers to public interest litigation in Scotland

Clan Childlaw
Exploring why public interest litigation by NGOs is relatively rare in Scotland
Strengthening Civil Society
25 January 2019

From Bingo to Bartok

Orchestras Live
Creative and innovative approaches to involving older people with orchestras
23 January 2019

Treasury of arts activities for older people

Liz Postlethwaite
50 activities, long and short, for use in any setting with older people.
19 November 2018

Let’s talk about race: civil society and race equality

This report examines how civil society is currently engaging with race inequality and what more it could do.
19 November 2018

Civil society in England: its current state and future opportunity

Civil Society Futures
The full final report of the Inquiry into the Future of Civil Society.
19 November 2018

The story of our times: shifting power, bridging divides, transforming society

Civil Society Futures
A summary report of the Inquiry into Civil Society's final findings.
Independent Inquiry into the future of civil society
4 October 2018

Late style

David Cutler
A short account of the Foundation's 2014 Late Style programme which involved a series of commissions of individual older artists (over 70) around the UK.
17 July 2018

Arts in care homes: a rapid mapping of training provision

Penny Allen
This report provides a snapshot of the diverse creative ageing training provision available to artists and care staff in the UK as surveyed in July 2017.