Going Cap in Hand: Charities in an Age of Austerity

Going Cap in Hand: Charities in an Age of Austerity, W1G 9DT

About Going Cap in Hand: Charities in an Age of Austerity

What impact have cuts had on the charity sector? And how can voluntary organisations chart new paths forward in an age of austerity?

We're bringing together charities, activists and commentators to create new visions for the third sector in a challenging fundraising climate.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to join the discussion and forge new connections at our one-day 2017 conference.

Keynote speakers:

Helena Kennedy QC (Civil Liberties and Human Rights Campaigner)

Zoe Williams (Guardian Columnist and Author)

Lord Victor Adebowale (Chief Executive, Turning Point)

John Nickson (Philanthropy Campaigner, Author of Our Common Good)

Panel participants:

David Babbs (38 Degrees)

David Bell (Psychoanalyst)

Dan Corry (New Philanthropy Trust)

Ora Dresner (Psychoanalyst, CPU)

Colin Leys (Author and Campaigner, The Centre for Health and the Public Interest)

Julian Lousada (Psychoanalyst)

Clare Thomas MBE (London Funders)

Karl Wilding (NCVO)

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