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- Sheila McKechnie Foundation
Part of the Social Change Project, this report looks at what civil society could achieve if it were working to its full potential: how it could contribute to positive social change if it were working optimally and without constraint.
It is based on a year-long conversation with a wide range of organisations including 38 Degrees, Save the Children , and the Eden Project, and identifies the characteristics, or habits, that are shared by effective change-makers, as well as the many constraints – both internal to the sector and external – that are stopping change-makers from being able to work in this way.
The report concludes with recommendations for sector leaders, for government/regulators, and for funders.
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