A high court ruling in a landmark pensions case means the Government could pay back an estimated £2.4 billion it owes to public sector workers immediately, according to GMB Union.Read More
New report says prisons should be institutions of education, training and work.Read More
The first ever mental health drop-in centre inside a soup kitchen has been launched in London in a bid to help combat the mental health issues faced by the homeless.Read More
Boxing legend and mental health campaigner Frank Bruno MBE visited Bartlett Park, Poplar to endorse a sports mentoring programme which is helping unemployed young people from tough London housing estates get their lives back on track.Read More
Dr Nicholas Hardman-Mountford, Commonwealth Head of Oceans and Natural Resources highlights the latest in the fight against plastics in the oceans.Read More
Report finds that local councils are increasingly using procurement as a way to drive higher economic growthRead More
Impact Investing Institute aims to make it easier for people to invest their money to benefit communities and societyRead More
Veggie Run, Havering Council’s first of its kind healthy eating app has reduced unhealthy packed lunch consumption across the borough by over 300,000 in the past 12 months.Read More
The Age-Friendly and Inclusive Volunteering guide introduces six principles that organisations working with volunteers can adopt to get more older people active in volunteering and their local communities.Read More
A leading apprenticeship advocate has today been named CBE for services to the sector in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Anna Morrison CBE, has devoted herself to challenging negative perceptions around apprenticeships.