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All-party parliamentary group on charities and volunteering

Upcoming meetings

ACEVO Home Truths – One Year On

Date Tuesday 6 July
Time 13.30–14.30
Location Online

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Last June, ACEVO published their report ‘Home Truths’, which was based on the experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people working in the charity sector. This meeting will look at what progress has been made, one year on.

We will hear from a range of speakers who will discuss what actions, if any, have been taken over the past year. How different does the sector look one year on? Are charity leaders doing enough to facilitate real change?

How to get involved

We very much welcome attendees from the voluntary sector.

Meetings usually take the form of presentations by speakers and then a Q and A with the floor. However, parliamentarians do have priority in asking questions.

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How the group works

Meetings are attended by a range of parliamentarians and members of the voluntary sector. Recent topics have ranged from the role of charities in campaigning to volunteer internships. The APPG also holds a yearly meeting with the Charity Commission.

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