A national evaluation of the Office for the Civil Society Social Enterprise Business Support Improvement Programme
Open letter by Nick Hurd entitled The Road Ahead: A journey through public service reform for civil society organisations
The Open Public Services White Paper sets out how the Government will improve public services. By putting choice and control in the hands of individuals and neighbourhoods, public services will become more responsive to peoples’ needs.
The announcement and documentation on the phase 2 consultation on the revised chapters of Emergency Preparedness
This report reviews policy and practice relating to the public appointments of chairs and board members of the public bodies sponsored by the Cabinet Office. This includes a report on activity carried out to support policy objectives and a forward look to future activity over the next year.
The Giving White Paper outlines new Big Society plans to make it easier and more attractive to give time and money to good causes.
Outline proposal for a Big Society Bank presented by the Independent Advisers, Sir Ronald Cohen and Nick O’Donohoe and a letter from Francis Maude endorsing the proposals.
An equality impact assessment involves assessing the likely or actual effects of policies or services on people in respect of disability, gender and racial equality. It helps us to make sure the needs of people are taken into account when we develop and implement a new policy or service or when we make a change to a current policy or service.
Public consultation on a package of draft documents about community resilience. The consultation documents included draft guidance for individuals and communities on how to prepare for emergencies and a draft strategic national framework for community resilience, which set out the Government’s contribution to build and enhance community resilience across the UK.
A series of online resources to enable individuals, communities and the organisations that support them to take part in emergency preparedness activities, in a way that complements the work of emergency responders.