Looking back at Pro Bono Economics' 10th Anniversary Lecture
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Full text of Andy Haldane's keynote speech at Pro Bono Economics' 10th Anniversary Lecture
Testimonials from charities and volunteers
Rod Clarke is the CEO for Prisoners' Education Trust, who provide support services and fund access to educational resources for prisoners.
Wendy Jones is a Trustee for National Numeracy, a charity which helps adults and children across the UK improve their numeracy.
Rob Owen is the Chief Executive for St Giles Trust, who help people facing severe disadvantage find jobs, homes and the right support they need.
Government Economist Dr Allan Little has worked with Pro Bono Economics on high-profile projects, for charities including Tavistock Relationships and Place2Be. This case study contains information on his volunteering experience and the benefits of this engagement.
Sinem Cakir was the Chief Executive of MAC-UK at the time of the Pro Bono Economics report. MAC-UK is a London-based charity working to radically transform excluded young people’s access to mental health services.
News from our Tenth Anniversary
Bank Chief Economist talks charities, tech and volunteering ahead of Anniversary lecture.
PBE Co-founder Andy Haldane will be joined by Jenny Scott, former host of the BBC’s Daily Politics and a trustee of Pro Bono Economics, Geoff Mulgan, CEO of NESTA, and Dame Vivian Hunt, Managing Partner at McKinsey UK.
Chaired by our co-founder and trustee Andy Haldane, our 2019 Annual Lecture will take place on the 22nd May 2019, on the topic "The Fourth Industrial Revolution and its Impact on the Charity Sector".
This blog entry discusses the motivations behind Pro Bono Economics and our activities since 2009, as well as our goals moving forward.
In the January 2019 RES Newsletter, we review the achievements of Pro Bono Economics, including our contribution to the image of economics and economists.
This 10th Anniversary Brochure highlights some of our most impactful work over the last decade, and features columns from our Chair of Trustees Lord Gus O'Donnell, along with Founders Andy Haldane and Martin Brookes.