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The Law Family Commission on Civil Society

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.

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Author: Tia Manavis

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Call for evidence: the potential of civil society

The evidence submitted through this process will shape the Commission on Civil Society's priorities and contribute to research content produced over the course of the Commission’s life cycle.

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Author: Tia Manavis

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  • Why does working mums’ wellbeing get ignored?

    Despite being forewarned about the social and economics effects of Covid on women, we seem to be sweeping them under the carpet. Read more

  • Estimating the benefits of End Youth Homelessness' Health Fund

    Our analysis provides evidence that the benefits to society from improving the mental health of young people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness by providing mental health services faster and over more sessions are likely to out-weigh the costs. Read more

  • Counting on the recovery

    With the Covid crisis and its impacts on our economy evident and plans to level up the economy through the recovery becoming real, the need for a national debate on numeracy is now an urgent one. Read more