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  • October 2017: The inside track

    2 of the Lobbying Act, despite sector concern that the Act has led to confusion about what campaigning can take place during elections. The minister for civil society, Tracey Crouch, has since...

  • NCVO responds to the Lobbying Act consultation

    Devising laws that protect legitimate campaigning while guarding against undue influence is a delicate balancing act. NCVO does not believe that the Lobbying Act as it stands strikes the right...

  • Brexit

    The UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020 and is now in a transition period set to end on 31 December. On this page you will find links to our latest guidance and resources to help your...

  • Adverse publicity clauses: government response

    Government departments or Government policy. Furthermore, they do not prevent charities from campaigning for any particular cause and would never be used as a means of attempting to stifle debate or...

  • Thank you for contacting NCVO

    Find training opportunities – we run training courses on a range of topics from funding to campaigning You may find the answer you’re looking for on NCVO Knowhow . We have information on a host of...

  • Training and events

    information about upcoming and recent conferences, click the links below. Annual Conference Campaigning Conference Research Conference Trustee Conference Face to face training Use the link below to...

  • Tanni Grey-Thompson announced as prime candidate for next President of NCVO

    Celebrated paralympian and inspirational campaigner, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE has been announced as the board’s choice for the next President of the National Council for Voluntary...

  • Policy and research

    NCVO has a reputation as an authoritative voice for the sector: our robust, actionable policy positions and campaigns are built upon a strong research and evidence base and an engaged membership....

  • 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. This conference is...

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

    aimed at public policy change. • Identify and manage collaborative options for lobbying and campaigning. • Prepare their case effectively for opportunities such asselect committee hearings and...

  • Are there too many charities?

    This is one of seven fact sheets in a series about reporting on charity issues . It provides context for accurate reporting and details of where to get more information. Other topics in the series...

  • Charities' letter to the prime minister on anti-advocacy clauses in grant agreements

    your ambitions for the reform of the prison service. Charities have been at the forefront of campaigning for such reforms for decades. It would be a tragedy if in future such critical advocacy work...

  • PM's comments on tax relief cap "most encouraging sign yet" that proposal will be dropped

    The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today welcomed David Cameron’s hint at a rethink on the tax relief cap on charitable donations, calling it the ‘most encouraging sign...

  • NCVO responds to Queen's speech

    The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has today responded to the Queen’s Speech. The main announcement of relevance to the voluntary sector is the enactment of the Small Donations...

  • Volunteers' Week 2018: Championing volunteering for all

    Charities are counting down the days until Volunteers’ Week 2018 , taking place 1-7 June , now in its 34th year. The annual campaign sees charities and voluntary groups get together to recognise...

  • What we believe about independence and values

    demonstrate their commitment to this by ensuring that the Charity Commission's guidance on campaigning (CC9) is upheld and fully adhered to, by both charities and the Commission itself Read our...

  • Volunteering

    We define volunteering as any activity that involves spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit the environment or someone (individuals or groups) other than, or in addition to,...

  • Lobbying bill puts charities in fear of criminal prosecution, says top QC

    household name charities, to express its concern about proposals in the bill on ‘non-party campaigning’ (1). Concerned charities include the Royal British Legion, Oxfam, and the Salvation Army. The...

  • January 2018: The Inside Track

    will take place on 12 March. You can also register your interest for our next Certificate in Campaigning , starting in October, which has become the essential course for campaigners in the UK,...

  • NCVO: Brexit will be large part of general election debate

    actions for any charity will be to remind themselves of the Charity Commission guidance on campaigning during an election period . It’s crucial that charities take what opportunities they can during...


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