Best of the blogs: the future of social programmes, appreciating innovation, what 'donor' really means and the shortcomings of the Work Programme

Your round-up of charity-related debate this week

Best of the blogs
Best of the blogs

Evidence and measurement are vital to the future of social programmes, says Stephen Bediako, founder and managing director of the Social Innovation Partnership.  

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Helen Goulden, executive director of Nesta, explains why you shouldn't take innovation for granted.

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The sector should ask what ‘donor’ really means, says Tony Elischer

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The sector knows many of the shortcomings of the Work Programme, but the architecture can work, writes Sir Stephen Bubb.  

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