The inquiry invited civil society leaders to share their responses to the final inquiry findings and to the PACT, inviting personal and honest reflections about what these might mean for their leadership approach and their organisations in the future. What are the opportunities it presents and what might some of the challenges be? Here’s an overview …
The Chief Executive of Local Trust on how overcoming challenges in delivering improvements to shared community resources happens better when the conversation begins at the local shop or the school gate.
The Chief Executive of the Refugee Council on how unintentionally, but undeniably, they have marginalised grassroots refugee groups. Now they are trying to change this.
“Civil society cannot stand still as society shifts.“ This is a brilliant opening line and one that I emphatically agree with. The power of technology I’m especially committed to how civil society and the wider social sector can stay on top of the shifts in society being created by technology. “We will address inequalities and …
Kirsty McNeill, Executive Director of Policy, Advocacy and Campaigns at Save the Children, discusses the strong traditions of civil society and how organisations big and small can work together for a better future.
Dawn Austwick, Chief Executive of the Big Lottery Fund, discusses the similarities between current thinking at the Big Lottery Fund and the Civil Society Futures PACT
Matthew Reed, CEO @Childrensociety & CEO designate @MarieCurieUK, reflects on the change ahead required to lead and renew civil society.
Vicky Browning, Chief Executive of ACEVO, the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations, reflects on change, how hard it is and how hard we must work to change ourselves.
Heather Buckingham, Director of Research and Policy at the Church Urban Fund, shares her thoughts on working to heal the divides in our society.
Dan Corry of NPC critically reflects on the Civil Society Futures PACT and how we might achieve real change and impact.