This week, we discuss charities that have tailored their messaging to appeal to issues that are high on the political agenda to effectively capture the attention of politicians within the devolved nations.
The divergent pathways taken by governments across the United Kingdom towards the handling of the pandemic has illustrated the increased strength and identity of the devolved nations. This week Peter Dawson reflects on the implications of this divergence on the charity sector and asks how charities can adapt to an increasingly parochial public sphere.
In this week's blog, Research Assistant Max Roche delves into some of our Charity Parliamentary Monitor research with MPs to investigate the relationship between charities, government, and celebrities.
This week's blog analyses the results from our fourth wave of research with the general public on the Coronavirus and charities. We analyse the change in public attitudes, including issues of concern, trust in sources of information and willingness to support charities.
What is it like to be working with MPs and trying to influence change in the current political and social climate? We interviewed 7 people from a range of charities who are working with MPs at the moment to discover the challenges (and opportunities) they are facing.
In the second trust report from nfpSynergy and ACEVO, we reflect on the relationship between charities and Conservative MPs, and look ahead to how charities can develop a more trusting relationship with the new government.
Our latest Facts & Figures looks at charities and government; find out MPs preferred method of lobbying, how much central government spend on funding charities, and the intricacies of charity regulation.