Using our interactive map, discover where in the country council groups and political parties are setting out the most ambitious agenda for the social sector in 2023's local elections. Read more
The Q1 2023 VCSE Sector Barometer shines a spotlight on the recruitment and retention challenges faced by charities, against a challenging financial backdrop and high demand. Read more
What charities need to know about the implications of the Chancellor's 2023 Budget for their income, demand, services, and the economy overall. Read more
Following two years of research, the Law Family Commission on Civil Society, carried out by Pro Bono Economics, has published its landmark final report. Read more
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Matt Whittaker, CEO of Pro Bono Economics, gives his reaction to this month's ONS consumer price inflation statistics. Read more
Jansev Jemal, PBE's Director of Research and Policy, gives her reaction to this month's ONS labour market statistics. Read more
The final report for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society focused on Northern Ireland calls for greater collaboration between the public, private and social sectors in the country. Read more
PBE's Jack Larkham and Nicole Sykes explore the most eye-catching and innovative social sector pledges made by winning parties in the 2023 local elections. Read more
2022 was a year of working better and working together for Pro Bono Economics. Read more