The one constant during the Covid pandemic has been the contribution by individual volunteers and voluntary organisations to help those in need
Covid-19 has brought unprecedented changes to how we live, work and think. This blog reflects on the considerable implications for the voluntary sector
What will the impact of Covid-19 be on charities in England and Wales?
Professor John Mohan discusses the the long-term effects of COVID-19 on giving
As part of TSRC's Change in the Making research study, on the 19th March 2019 we hosted a seminar on Collaborative Commissioning. In this blog Elizabeth Cookingham Bailey reflects on the event and its significance.
The past four decades have been an era of rising expectations that charities can step in to address pressing social problems, but the environment in which they have operated has arguably not always been a conducive one.
In December 2018, a group of 30 academics and practitioners came together to discuss volunteering and sustainable development – both in the UK and internationally.
Volunteering and civic engagement: a virtuous circle, but a privileged one?
Presentation to the Nonprofit Data Virtual Seminar series organised by Alasdair Rutherford at the University of Stirling.
John Mohan discusses non-engagement in voluntary action in the UK, in this TSRC blog.
TSRC's work with NCVO has been having an impact in what you might think an unlikely place – assessing the contribution of the voluntary sector to the country's economy.