Announcing the Law Family Commission on Civil Society

PBE has just launched an inclusive and evidence-led inquiry that will generate ideas into how civil society can deliver on its potential in the 2020s. Read more

Responding to COVID-19: Social capital and the social sector in the 21st century

This article was originally commissioned and published by the Campaign for Social Science as part of its Covid-19 programme. Read more

PBE Chair Lord Gus O'Donnell on the impact of Covid-19

PBE Chair Lord Gus O'Donnell joins The Society of Professional Economists senior adviser Andrew Milligan to discuss how the current crisis compares with predecessors. Read more

A message from Pro Bono Economics

The coronavirus crisis is throwing up challenges that are changing on a daily basis, placing even more importance on the already vital work undertaken by charities and civil society organisations across the country. Read more

Pro Bono Economics' Chair Lord Gus O'Donnell's full speech from the ukactive Annual Summit

We need more: more data, more information, to get to the heart of what’s needed to build a nation that is happier, healthier and more productive. Read more

Caroline Criado Perez to deliver keynote speech at Pro Bono Economics 2020 Annual Lecture

Author of the critically acclaimed “Invisible Women - Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men”, Caroline Criado Perez will appear at Pro Bono Economics’ next Annual Lecture. Read more

Announcing our Unlocking Impact workshop

This free, half-day workshop is aimed at charities interested in exploring the impact of their work and the role economic evaluation can play in measuring and improving impact. Read more

Employer-supported volunteering schemes can still be a game changer - Julia Grant, CEO

Julia calls for better design and delivery of ESV schemes to ensure that the skills of volunteers are utilised and stretched by their engagements, in a way which delivers real value to the charities they serve. Read more