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All-party parliamentary group on charities and volunteering

Upcoming meetings

Charity regulation with the Charity Commission, Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) and the Fundraising Regulator

Date Monday 6 December
Time 12.00–13.30
Location Online

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The Charity Commission and the OSCR oversee the regulation of charities in England, Wales and Scotland. The Fundraising Regulator regulates charity fundraising in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Charities operate under differing legislation in the UK nations, but many concerns, such as regulation post covid-19, the rising demands on services, and security of funding, are shared.

Join us to hear the leaders of the regulators talk about their plans for the voluntary sector in the year ahead and beyond, and for an opportunity to put your questions to them.

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 question-and-answer session 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 All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) also holds a yearly meeting with the Charity Commission.

Previous meetings

Read and download documents from previous meetings

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