New survey research into how the charity sector's success in supporting people during the pandemic has come at the cost of the workforce's health and wellbeing. Read more
PBE’s post-Budget post-Spending Review analysis, with all the information charities need to understand the day's bumper fiscal announcements. Read more
Improving the UK's literacy can not only help individuals to progress into higher earning roles, but it can also insulate them from sector-specific downturns as seen during the pandemic. Read more
Is your charity in need of some extra help with your data? Applications for support are now open! Read more
The Law Family Commission on Civil Society is an ambitious programme of ground-breaking research into how we can unleash the potential of civil society, to harness and enhance the powerful community bonds that exist in our nation.
We are excited to announce that we now have capacity to start working with charities again on analysis and advocacy projects. We are on the lookout for new projects to start in 2022. If you have a project idea that you’d like us to consider, please get in touch!
charities successfully supported to understand their value
A new PBE study has found incorrect asylum decisions by the Home Office are costing taxpayers £4.3 million on average each year in administrative spend alone. Read more
PBE's Research and Policy Director Anoushka Kenley gives her reaction to this month's ONS labour market statistics Read more
Commission finds 60% believe demand on key staff will increase over winter Read more
This research provides an economic breakeven analysis for Teens and Toddlers - an educational programme designed to help young people succeed at school through the experience of mentoring nursery children. Read more
To mark the launch of a new House of Lords committee report drawing on PBE research, CEO Matt Whittaker reflects on the scale of cuts to children's services since 2010. Read more