New PBE research for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society calls for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to mandate training on philanthropy advice for financial advisors, among other recommendations. Read more
An analysis for Hestia looking at how extending the right to work to all potential survivors of modern slavery could generate significant economic benefits to society. Read more
An analysis of the economic benefits of the Career Ready programme based on its impact on A-level attainment. Read more
High levels of inflation are set to persist for some time. This briefing, in partnership with CAF, sets out the challenges for charities' staff, volunteers, beneficiaries, donors and finances. Read more
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New PBE research for the Law Family Commission on Civil Society calls on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to mandate training on philanthropy for financial advisors and pursue regulation. Read more
PBE CEO Matt Whittaker gives his reaction to the Chancellor's Autumn Statement. Read more
PBE Economist Jamie O'Halloran gives his reaction to this month's ONS consumer price inflation statistics. Read more
PBE Economist Jamie O'Halloran explores how the charity and non-profit sector is undervalued in national accounts, and how this can be improved. Read more
PBE examines the consequences of the OBR's outlook and the Chancellor's Autumn Statement for charities. Read more