Enabling grass-roots charities to tackle poverty

The Centre for Social Justice has published ‘Social Solutions: Enabling grass-roots charities to tackle poverty’, which argues for a much greater role for the social sector in public services. The CSJ wants more sensitive commissioning and the removal of regulatory barriers which prevent smaller organisations taking part, plus using dormant insurance policies to support innovation.

Find the full report in pdf, 1.2MB, via CSJ page or read Civil Society Media coverage, http://www.civilsociety.co.uk/finance/news/content/18124/.

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