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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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Spending Review: Social Sector Edition

Need to know what the Spending Review and Budget means for your charity? Join us for next-day analysis, designed for the social sector.

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