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  • A nation at ease with itself? Sir John Major’s speech at the Hinton lecture

    Sir John Major's speech at the 18th annual Hinton lecture on 10 November 2015.

  • Brexit implications – briefing from NCVO

    Implications for charities and community groups from the Brexit referendum include political uncertainty, slow progress on government policy change, and potential financial challenges, according to a new briefing from NCVO.

  • Campaigning, volunteering and public trust among NCVO’s priorities in new five-year strategy

    Defending the rights of voluntary organisations to campaign and safeguarding public trust and confidence in charities are among the priorities outlined in NCVO’s new strategic plan, launched today.

    The five-year strategy follows a consultation with NCVO members last year, and will take NCVO to its centenary year, 2019.

  • Charity body launches UK’s first not-for-profit public affairs consultancy service

    Charity representative body the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today launched the UK’s first not-for-profit public affairs consultancy service. Aimed at charities, the service will help organisations get a foothold in Westminster and Whitehall and help decision-makers better understand the needs of the people they support.

  • Minister for Civil Society move to DCMS

    Commenting on the transfer of the role of minister for civil society from the Cabinet Office to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, which represents charities and volunteering, said:

    We have always championed charities and the remarkable things they do for our society to every part of government. Charitable giving, volunteering and social action are part of the social and cultural heritage of Britain. Charities contribute to economic growth and run high quality, user-oriented public services. They can play an important role in delivering the ambitious social justice programme that Theresa May set out in her first speech as prime minister.

  • NCVO and ACEVO agree joint work to promote voluntary sector

    The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) and the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO) have agreed to work together to promote the positive impact of the voluntary sector. The decision was taken at a meeting last week of the chairs, vice-chairs and chief executives of the two umbrella organisations. This work is now underway.

  • Russam GMS – HR support supplier

    Russam GMS provides interim management and executive search services. It has a dedicated charity and not-for-profit division that has a reputation for high quality and successful delivery.

  • Sir Stuart Etherington's 2017 state of the sector address to NCVO Annual Conference delegates

    Good morning and welcome, everybody. It’s good to see so many of you here today in what we believe is the biggest conference of voluntary organisations that we have ever held.

  • Trustees Unlimited – recruitment supplier

    Trustees Unlimited offers voluntary organisations a professional and cost-effective service to recruit trustees from across the private, public and voluntary sectors.

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