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Events | 8 November 2016
Date: 8-9 November 2016 Location: York Barbican, Paragon St, York.
Events | 7 November 2016
Location: The Brewery, London
Events | 13 October 2016
Location: Conference Aston, Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET
Events | 5 October 2016
Location: thestudio, riverside west, whitehall road, leeds, LS1 4AW
Events | 30 September 2016
Date: End of September tbc
Location: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA
Events | 28 September 2016
Location: Arlingtom Conference Centre, 220 Arlington Road, London, NW1 7HE
Events | 21 September 2016
Location: The Hub, MEA House, Ellison Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, TWR NE1 8XS
Events | 13 September 2016
Location: Cardigan Centre - 145-149 Cardigan Road, Leeds, LS6 1LJ
Blog | 23 August 2016

Coming from Quaker Social Action’s creaking and “characterful” offices in Tower Hamlets, my director and I were a little out of our comfort zone.

Blog | 12 August 2016

How will the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016 affect charities wanting to make social investments? Our Financial Relationships Director, Evita Zanuso, discusses in Charity Financials magazine.

Blog | 3 August 2016

After the euphoria of hearing the words “investment committee have approved your investment proposal”, it can be hard to get excited about the paperwork.

Blog | 2 August 2016

Today we launch the findings of our first ever stakeholder survey

News | 2 August 2016

Nearly 80% of people surveyed from across the sector have a good understanding of social investment, with 57% of respondents rating Big Society Capital’s overall performance as positive compared to 32% two years ago

Blog | 1 August 2016

A recent report from RBS indicated that UK banks are lending over £3bn to social organisations. In Civil Society, our Head of Social Sector Engagement, Geetha Rabindrakumar, discusses how social investment aims to fill those gaps not met by mainstream lending.

Blog | 28 July 2016

What does Brexit mean for social investors like BSC – and how might it change what we do? 

Blog | 27 July 2016

Sometimes struggles make you stronger. Whether that’s coming out of an early life in care, a spell in prison, or the adversity of extreme poverty.

Blog | 26 July 2016

Australia’s first social impact bonds were launched in New South Wales in 2013, making them some of the earliest SIBs in the world. Three years on, Jill Carman from Aleron takes a look back at lessons from Australia and comparisons to the UK market.

Blog | 25 July 2016

Is there anything left to say about Brexit? Rightly, the rational view across the social sector is that their role is not to judge the result but to work out how best to respond.

News | 21 July 2016

The Growth Fund is designed to increase the availability of small affordable unsecured loans for charities and social enterprises. 

News | 21 July 2016

New fund to support health and social care charities and social enterprises in the South West now open.

Blog | 20 July 2016

This was a comment on social media recently following the cancellation of a fostering round table with government attention unsurprisingly elsewhere.

News | 13 July 2016

The Government will fail to create a level playing field in the competition between bidders for the Work and Health programme, according to new research published by the independent think tank Reform. 

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Blog | 13 July 2016

Public services are undergoing a system-wide reform with increasing demand for services against a backdrop of reduced Government funding

Research | 13 July 2016

Government’s approach to outsourcing services has risen up the policy agenda in recent years.

Blog | 8 July 2016

Facing the consequences of an upcoming Brexit, we realise that the relationship between the UK and mainland Europe has always been intense and complicated.