The Law Family Commission on Civil Society, launched today, is an ambitious programme of research into how the potential of civil society can be realised.
The Commission aims to offer tangible ideas for policy-makers, companies, philanthropists and social sector organisations to tackle challenges that limit the achievements of civil society organisations such as charities, social enterprises and community groups.
Professor Tony Chapman, of Policy&Practice, has joined the Commission’s Technical Panel to advise on research priorities and research methodology.
The Law Family Commission on Civil Society is hosted by Pro Bono Economics and is financially supported by Andrew Law and the Law Family Charitable Foundation.
To accompany the launch, a set of essays has been published today which can be downloaded here: Essay collection: Civil Society, https://civilsocietycommission.org/publication/essay-collection-civil-society-unleashed/