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Civil Society, Politics

I doubt many VCSE organisations want a hard Brexit

So it looks like a hard Brexit is still the government’s goal, or failing that, no deal at all. Come what may, it seems their desire to stop British and European citizens moving freely across EU borders trumps everything else. Never mind that the 23 June referendum result was extremely close; never mind that for… Continue reading I doubt many VCSE organisations want a hard Brexit

Social Media

Social media champions will help your online community grow

Social media is changing how we reach out to people. In the last general election both the Conservative party and Labour used targeted social media advertising extensively to reach potential supporters. In the US, social media, and sadly, the spread of fake news stories, is said to have helped secure Donald Trump’s election. Truth or… Continue reading Social media champions will help your online community grow

Civil Society

A more informed dialogue on charities’ role in civil society is needed

Public expectation weighs heavily on charities. They are rightly seen as forces for good, helping the vulnerable, tackling social problems, and helping to meet gaps in public services. What’s more, they do this against a backdrop of funding pressure and an increasingly complicated regulatory climate. But this level of expectation must make it difficult for… Continue reading A more informed dialogue on charities’ role in civil society is needed

News, Social Media

Further date for social media training

Following the success of the recent workshop in Leicester about promoting your organisation on social media, a further event has been scheduled for 14 September 2017. The workshop will be held at the CASE office in the city centre; and run once again by Green Pepper's director, David Green. Those attending will find out how to… Continue reading Further date for social media training