Third Sector Podcast: Respond, recover, reset

Posted on: February 1, 2021

In this month’s bumper episode of the Third Sector Podcast, editor Emily Burt and features and analysis writer Rebecca Cooney find out what the National Council for Voluntary Organisations‘s Respond, Recover and Reset project can tell us about the impact of lockdown on charities.

The Respond, Recover, Reset project, run by the NCVO with Nottingham Trent University and Sheffield Hallam University, examines the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations.
It includes a monthly barometer which provides real-time data about how the pandemic is impacting the working practices and operations of voluntary organisations – as well as their responses, their learning and resilience.
The latest results, published last week, looks at the impact of the second lockdown on charities, using data gathered in November.
Listen here.

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