13 Nov 2014
There's been highs, there's been lows, but increasingly, the Big Society is receiving negative coverage, and there's even hints that the Conservatives are giving up on David Cameron's flagship programme. civilsociety.co.uk takes you through the Big Society story so far, and invites you to share your thoughts...
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Over 100 charity sub-contractors have joined the National Council for Voluntary Organisations special interest group to submit concerns over the viability of the Work Programme to employment minister Chris Grayling.
Peacebuilding charity International Alert has commissioned a dramatic campaign film to demonstrate the power of dialogue in bringing peace in the face of violence.
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A TV ad created by Bono’s One charity to highlight the famine in Africa has been refused clearance to air because of its political nature.
The value of a charity is demonstrated at the very frontline with its volunteers, says David Philpott, as he marks the efforts of a stalwart member of the team.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has today announced the full team he hopes will support him to win the next election, including Harrow West MP Gareth Thomas as the new shadow minister for civil society.
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