Learning from Abroad
Lessons from Abroad was written to address curious omission from the debate around the role of the third sector in transforming public services has been the sharing of experience from peers around the globe. With examples from across not only the EU, but also the USA, Australia, Canada and Japan, the report demonstrates the commonality of third sector engagement with the state across the globe.
14 authors from across the globe came together to contribute to this publication. Each offers a unique perspective on the operation of the third sector in their own countries. By bringing these together, Lessons from Abroad positions itself as an invaluable tool for those who wish to learn from all those sources which offer help – not just those within their own national borders.
To read the full report, see here.