Charities are best placed to assess their own effectiveness

29th January 2016 Press
It is the charities themselves who can best assess how effective they are, not the government or anyone else...
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Charities need a better way to show evidence of impact to the public

29th January 2016 Press
The infrastructure for evidencing the effectiveness of social programmes is fundamentally flawed
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The Kids Company affair shows evidence still doesn’t drive funding decisions – but it should

25th November 2015 Press
We still have a long way to go in ensuring that good quality evidence is used to guide decision-making...
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Auditors aren’t enough – charities need scrutiny from people who understand their work

18th November 2015 Press
The Kids Company scandal shows auditors alone cannot scrutinise charities, says Genevieve Maitland Hudson...
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Setting the standard: What can social impact measurement learn from feedback?

17th November 2015 Press
In mid October, Bethia McNeil, director for the Centre flew to Washington DC to speak at the...
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Why we need to hear: ‘This politician is for U-turning’

19th October 2015 Press
I’m not saying John McDonnell has got everything right, but moving away from command-and-control politics is not one of his mistakes
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