Supporting children and young people
The Ripple Effect
Subtitle: The nature and impact of the children and young people's voluntary sector
Chloe Gill, Ivana La Valle and Louca-Mai Brady, with David Kane, Jenny Clark and Peter Bass
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This timely report, by NCB and NCVO, provides a comprehensive analysis of the children and young people's voluntary sector in England. Using a combination of quantitative analysis of Charity Commission data, qualitative interviews with commissioners and practitioners, and a summary of the existing literature on the sector, The Ripple Effect provides an insight into the make-up and work of the sector, the relationship between the sector and government and the difference the sector makes to the lives of children and families across the country.
'[This report] provides the base from which we can begin to identify and explore how the children and young people's voluntary sector will change over the coming years, particularly when funding cuts are forcing a major rethink of how children and young people's services are developed, delivered and funded.' Sir Stuart Etherington Chief Executive, NCVO
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