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31 January 2022
University of Birmingham research offers unique opportunity to gain insight into how communities have responded to the COVID crisis.
29 November 2021
Research published by TSRC on the decline in charity income is highlighted by Civil Society news
27 September 2021
The one constant during the Covid pandemic has been the contribution by individual volunteers and voluntary organisations to help those in need
19 March 2021
TSRC showcase their findings at this event which consider the extent to which charities are reliant on particular income streams.
10 March 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Cathy Butt, the Centre Manager at TSRC during its first phase from 2008-14.
05 November 2020
Covid-19 has brought unprecedented changes to how we live, work and think. This blog reflects on the considerable implications for the voluntary sector
04 November 2020
What will the impact of Covid-19 be on charities in England and Wales?
30 September 2020
The Third Sector Research Centre has been exploring community responses to COVID-19 - from lockdown and beyond
01 September 2020
Professor John Mohan discusses the the long-term effects of COVID-19 on giving
30 April 2020
A new four-year research project, awarded £1.4 million funding from the Wellcome Trust, will explore the past, present and future of charitable fundraising for health care.
27 April 2020
Research commissioned by Local Trust on the impact of Covid-19 on UK communities is being undertaken by TSRC. The in-depth research will look at how 25 different communities across England are responding
15 January 2020
This conference will give representatives from the voluntary and community sector an opportunity to explore and reflect on their own experience of change over the past ten years in the context of the research findings.
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