- Rural racism towards our workforce in Shropshire: would you like to share your experiences?
- Shropshire charities invited to question-busting events
- Thrive at Work Wellbeing Programme
- Final chance to sign up for free arts and craft courses
- Workshop – setting up an open access youth group in a small rural place.
Tag Archives: Research
The latest research from the Charity Commission (published on 28 October) finds that charities would like more guidance on how to find funding. Focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on the sector, COVID-19 Survey 2021 finds that while nearly a … Continue reading
The King’s Fund, supported by the Health Foundation, has been studying the local response to and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. They have published their findings in Directors of public health and the Covid-19 pandemic ‘A year like no other’. … Continue reading
Shropshire VCS Assembly encourages members to participate in this vitally important study by NCVO, Nottingham Trent University and Sheffield Hallam University. The Centre of People Work and Organisational Practice at Nottingham Trent University, together with NCVO and Sheffield Hallam University … Continue reading
A paper from the research consultancy nfpSynergy says that although it is a potentially controversial subject, it can help improve outcomes Charities that have seen their income levels fall should consider the idea of charging their service users, according to … Continue reading
Figures published by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations indicate that people find volunteering in the public sector more bureaucratic. People who volunteer in public sector roles are less satisfied with their work than those who give their time to … Continue reading
The School of Geography, part of the College of Science at the University of Lincoln, is currently undertaking research into rural needs and future directions in rural mobility. Local businesses and voluntary and community sector organisations are invited to participate in a workshop … Continue reading
Research findings have been published by NCVO. The research focuses on large charities but it is interesting to understand how the sector is changing. Data for the period 2009/10 – 2015/16 shows that charities with an annual income of £100m … Continue reading
Important research is taking place into family volunteering. Led by the equivalent of Shropshire VCS in Portsmouth, the research is looking across the UK at how VCS groups and organisations offer opportunities for families with children to volunteer together. Examples may range from marshalling … Continue reading
National Countryside Week, The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s annual celebration of rural life, starts today -Monday the 30th of July. To mark the occasion The Prince’s Countryside Fund and Professor Sarah Skerratt of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) have published some new research named ‘Recharging Rural’. Recharging Rural … Continue reading