INGOs can continue to campaign ahead of an election but you must understand the rules. Watch this webinar with Bates Wells solicitors, Suhan Rajkumar and Max Dowbenko from their top-ranked Politics, Elections and Campaigning team, for a refresh and update on the regulatory framework.
Ahead of the next general election, Bond members can continue to campaign ahead of an election under charity and electoral law, but you must understand the rules. This briefing paper will help you do that and focuses on electoral law.
At Bond and across the sector, we had a very busy year. Thanks to you, our working groups and many of our allies across the sector and beyond we achieved lots of things this year that we’re proud of. Here are a few of them.
With civil society under threat across the world, 150 leaders came together at the Global Perspectives conference to explore new ways to help civil society organisations thrive.
As UK parliament is dissolved and the civil service is put under restrictions, we break down how your advocacy will be affected and how you can campaign during the election.
Following a fact-finding mission to the UK, here are 4 key findings from the Council of Europe’s report on the NGO role in policy making.
With an election looking likely, the Electoral Commission has released its latest guidelines. How have they improved?
We look at some of the front-runners in the Conservative Party’s leadership contest, and analyse the implications for international development.
The most important parts of the government’s new Civil Society Strategy, which sets the direction of government policy towards civil society over the next decade.