Working in partnership with Our Time, this research provides an analysis of the economic impact of children raised by a parent who has mental health difficulties. Read more
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 2022's local elections. Read more
How can charities influence, engage with and make the most out of their relationships with civil servants? Read more
PBE's analysis of the Chancellor's Spring Statement and the latest OBR figures, what they mean for the people charities serve, charity demand and finances. 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 always on the lookout for analysis and advocacy projects. If you have a project idea that you’d like us to consider, please get in touch!
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Jamie O'Halloran, Economist at Pro Bono Economics, gives his reaction to this month's ONS consumer price inflation statistics. Read more
New research by Pro Bono Economics has found that the long-term cost of failing to support an 11-year-old whose mother has experience of depression is around £11,600. Read more
PBE Economist, Madison Kerr, gives her reaction to this month's ONS labour market statistics. Read more
Boosting charity productivity is an overlooked opportunity in the campaign to tackle the UK’s productivity problem. Both charities and policymakers have a shared interest in doing so. Read more