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ICYMI: May 2022

In case you missed it is a monthly round-up of what we have been up to at ACEVO. Communications officer Heloisa Righetto shares links to recently published content, newly launched events and services available to members.

A narrated version of this blog is available at the bottom of the page

Latest resources

We have now published 11 climate action case studies showing what sector leaders are doing to tackle the climate emergency in their organisations, from doing an eco audit to reviewing the investment portfolio. This doesn’t mean they have completed everything, but that they have picked a place to start, which unblocks fear and triggers action in other areas. We hope this series gives you lots of ideas for taking climate action in your own organisation! Please get in touch if you would like to submit a case study to contribute to this series. 

A recent poll by ACAS revealed that over half of employers expect an increase in remote working after the pandemic. As we start to move on from Covid-19 and embrace hybrid working, the team at BDB Pitmans has produced a member briefing outlining the legal implications of hybrid working, including contracts, health and safety, and the risk of discrimination claims.

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill has now received Royal Assent and became an Act of Parliament at the end of April. It marked the end of a 14-month campaign coordinated by the Police Bill Alliance, involving over 350 civil society organisations campaigning against two critical parts of the Bill, namely part three restricting people’s protest rights, and part four on criminalising nomadic lifestyles. Kathleen Christie assessed the final stages of the Bill, the campaign’s impact, and how charities can engage in some key implications for civil society moving forward.

News from ACEVO

We said goodbye to Vicky Browning, who has been ACEVO’s CEO for the past five years, and hello to our new chief executive Jane Ide. Huge thanks to Vicky for leading and transforming the organisation – we will miss working with her and we are all truly grateful for the culture she has helped to build. The team is excited to take things forward under Jane Ide’s stewardship – if you’re a member, don’t forget to check the weekly newsletter to be the first to know what we have been up to!

The sessions and speakers for #ACEVOFest22 are now available on the website! This year’s event takes place on 20, 27 and 28 September, and delegates will share ideas and take part in discussions on a range of topics including post-pandemic leadership, being bold and taking risks, looking after ourselves while looking after others, cybersecurity, EDI and intersectionality, and much more.

Announced new events

When you start to think about leaving your current role, what are the things to consider both for you and the charity? Join us on Wednesday 20 July to hear from Patricia Armstrong OBE who leaves her CEO role at ACOSVO this year. Pat will offer some tips for leaving well when the time is right and what to prioritise in your last 100 days in post.

Most organisations have a clear mission and purpose, but many struggle to measure and demonstrate the impact they are delivering. Funders are hungry for data that will tell them their investment is making a difference, and your organisation’s service users want to have confidence in the charity they’re letting into their lives. Join us on Thursday 7 July from 2-3pm to hear from a team of specialists from Clarasys, who will talk about all the jigsaw pieces needed to measure and deliver impact as a charity

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