Greater intelligence sharing among charities is needed post-pandemic

Posted on: May 4, 2021

Charities and their community partners need to bolster intelligence-sharing and coordination at both a local and national level to improve responses to emergencies, according to a report into civil society’s support for communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The report also calls for collaboration that is built on a diverse range of voices that is reflective of society.

In addition, government needs to work closely with charities to increase their resilience and support wider recovery, according to the Lasting Connections report by the VCS Emergencies Partnership, which was set up in 2017 to coordinate community and charity responses to the Grenfell tragedy and other UK emergencies.

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Author: Steering Member
Categories: News

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